Targeted killing in Karachi ‘drastically’ reduced, says CM Sindh
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah said targeted killing had ‘drastically’ reduced in Karachi following ‘targeted’ operation against criminal elements in the city, ARY News reported Tuesday.
He was presiding over a law and order meeting at Sindh Secretariat today. The CM said, “We will fight terrorist activities with gallantry.”
Shah said terrorists had Karachi on their hit-list. We will foil ulterior motives of militants, he added.
The CM also expressed heartfelt grief over deaths of people at Karachi airport who died when stuck in a cold storage near old terminal during the militants attack.