Law, order situation improved in Karachi: IG

August 10, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Inspector General Police Sindh Ghulam Hyder Jamali has said that steps were being taken to ensure security of entrance and exit routes of the city to set up permanent peace in Karachi.

“Police, Citizens-Police Liaison Committee and rangers are performing their duties with coordination,” he said this while addressing a seminar “Role of CPLC in war against crimes,” organized by CPLC at a local hotel.

Chief CPLC Sindh Ahmed Chinoy, Senator Abdul Haseeb Khan, Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui, AIG Karachi Ghulam Qadir Thebo, DIG East Munir Sheikh, and other people belonging to different walks of life also addressed on the occasion.

The IG Sindh said that the situation of law and order had improved in Karachi as Karachi police was carrying out an all-out steps against professional criminals. Meanwhile, 250 policemen were martyred in 2013 and 102 have been martyred this year so far.

The commissioner said police was an important organization of the society which provided frontline security in every difficult situation. “In very difficult situation, foremost a policeman would be present for the security of people,” he said.

Siddiqui said it was responsibility of everyone to respect law enforcement agencies specially policemen.

Chinoy said that people from different races and languages were living in the city and CPLC was defiant to provide facilities to every citizen. The relations between police and people have improved because of CPLC.

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