Sindh seeks army help to train police
KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah has ordered seeking help of army to train police personnel, ARY News reported Saturday.
The CM issued these directives in a meeting to discuss surge of targeted killings in Karachi in last three days. He ordered strict action against elements involved in sectarian killings in the provincial capital.
The chief minister also called for providing bullet proof jackets and other necessary gadgets to police in view of the current law and order situation.
“Entry points of the city should also be covered with stringent security,” instructed the CM.
The meeting, along with directing beefing up security at jails, decided to seek list of prisoners released on parole.
Qaim Ali Shah also ordered putting head money on hardened criminals.
Earlier in the briefing, the inspector general police Sindh informed that a third power was involved in sectarian killings in the provincial capital.