Centre cooperating to curb terrorism: Qaim
KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said the federation has extended coopertion to Sindh for elimination of terrorism, ARY News reported on Monday.
Speaking to media after inauguration of floral exhibition at Karachi Zoological Garden, the chief minister claimed that the terrorists in Karachi are now seeking passage for escape.
Replying a question about local bodies elections in the province, Qaim Ali Shah said that his government was prepared to hold election as per the schedule given to it.
The Chief Minister said that he will request the Chief Justice of Pakistan for hearing of the the cases against terrorists in anti-terrorism courts.
He said he supports Tahaffuz e Pakistan ordinance, which will help to curb terrorism in the country.