Qaim Ali Shah directs LEAs to launch crackdown against anti-state elements
KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah has advised law enforcement agencies to stop influx of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and construction of illegal Madaris in the province, ARY News reported.
Addressing the meeting on Tuesday, CM Sindh called for identifying the force behind religious and sectarian fanaticism in Sindh and directed Rangers and Police to launch crackdown against the anti state elements.
The Minister directed the authorities for maintaining peace, tranquillity and harmony among all segments of the society at all costs.
He said that despite obstacles/hurdles of illegal SIMs, the LEAs have achieved remarkable performance in controlling law and order in the metropolis.
Meanwhile, the Additional IGP, Karachi, Shahid Hayat gave briefing to the meeting attended by high profile personalities including Sindh Minister for Information and Local Government Sharjeel Inam Memon, Chief Secretary Sindh Sajjad Saleem Hotiyana, Home Secretary Dr.Niaz Ali Abbasi, Secretary Law Mir Muhammad Shaikh.
Shahid Hayat said that since the launching of targeted operation 9421 cases with 11806 accused have been challaned in different courts. He said that 535 cases have been challaned only in ATC Courts out of which conviction in 60 cases has been made.
Additonal IG further informed that 25 police pickets have been established at various points of Lyari to control criminals’ activities in the area.