LEAs render unmatched sacrifices for peace in Karachi: Sindh governor
KARACHI: Sindh Governor Imran Ismail on Saturday paid rich tribute to law enforcement agencies (LEAs) for restoring peace and stability in Karachi, ARY News reported.
Addressing a ceremony of business community ‘Bahar-E-Aman’, Imran Ismail said that credit for restoration of peace in the metropolis went to police, Rangers and law enforcement agencies.
He said that peace has paved the way for holding business activities in the city. Speaking on the occasion, the governor said that Pakistan’s financial hub Karachi witnessed bloodshed, violence, ethnic and political tension for over 20 years.
Earlier on January 14, then State Minister for Interior Shehryar Khan Afridi had said Pakistan had rendered matchless sacrifices in war against terror.
Addressing the Passing out Parade of Frontier Corps in Peshawar, the minister had said nation has always emerged as victorious in every tough time.
Afridi had said the enemies of Pakistan will fail in their heinous designs in dividing us.
“Pakistan wants friendly and peaceful relations with all its neighbours and opening Kartarpur border is a step towards this aim,” he had maintained.