Islamabad a dangerous city, says law and order report
ISLAMABAD: A report of Interior Ministry on law and order, has been submitted to the standing committee of the National Assembly, ARY News reported on Wednesday.
The report called federal capital Islamabad a dangerous city.
The report on overall law and order situation in the country also claimed that India has been involved in the acts of sabotage in Azad Kashmir and Balochistan.
Interior Ministry report further disclosed that sophisticated weapons are being smuggled into the country from eastern and western borders of Pakistan. It also said that federal capital Islamabad has become a dangerous city.
The report also claimed presence of sleeper cells of al-Qaida, Tehreek e Taliban and Lashkar e Jhangvi in the country.
The acts of sabotage and terrorism are also being conducted from across the border, report claimed.
The Interior Ministry's report discloses that al-Qaida, Tehreek e Taliban and target killers have made their bunkers in Sindh.
The committee in a meeting today will discuss the critical report in detail.