Control and Command Centre like Karachi approved for Hyderabad

June 26, 2013 Off By Web Desk

HYDERABAD: Deputy Inspector General DIG of Sindh Police Hyderabad Region Muhammad Akram Naeem Bharoka visited Hyderabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry here on Wednesday.

He told the business community that Control and Command Centre like Karachi has been approved by Sindh govt at a cost of RS 250 million, while 500 modern cameras would be installed at business centers. This project will be completed within three months.

SSP Saqib Ismail Memon, SP Headquarter Dr Wasi Hyder were also present. They said that Hyderabad is the second largest city of Sindh and its problems were increasing like that of Karachi. Most of the criminals coming from Karachi enter Hyderabad.

The police operate according to 1861 Act and needs modern equipments to cope up with the challenges. In our neighbouring countries they have separate operation and research departments. Besides, the public would also avail the rescue service of 15.

He said that the police department is well aware of traffic problems of the city and will solve them on priority basis. Deputy Inspector General of Sindh police said that they would establish a complaint cell with computerized system for the verification of traders. This cell would work with the representation of Hyderabad Chamber, so that the problems of traders community could be solved immediately.

He said SHOs of all stations should register FIRs. Non entry of FIRs is a disadvantage for the police department, as the release funds depends on the entry of FIRs. He instructed SSP Hyderabad Saqib Ismail Memon that he should organize monthly meetings with the members of Chamber to know the problems of traders and solve them immediately.

President Hyderabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry Gohar Ullah thanked the participants and said that the trading community was facing a lot of problems in the city which need to be resolved. After that the Chairman of Subcommittee of Hyderabad Chamber of Commerce Muhammad Iqbal Qureshi said that a proper strategy needs to be framed for eliminating the crimes from society.

However, Former Senior Vice President of Chamber of Commerce Mohd Madni’s home was robbed and precious things were snatched by the robbers. Similarly robbery crimes occurred in other areas of the Hyderabad for which the business community is in grip of frustration. Regular meetings are held but no proper clue is found as yet. Police has bitterly failed to arrest the culprits.

If this situation continues, the business community will take its own course. Senior Vice President of Chamber Turaab Ali Khuwaja, former VP Ziauddin and members, Yawar Ali shah, Muhammad Shahid, Abdul Qayoom Nusrat, Syed Nihal Shah, Akram Rajpoot, Abdul Sattar Khan, Zulfiqar Chohan, Saleem Memon, Haji Aslam, Waheed Shaikh, Akhtiar Arain, Salahuddin Ghouri, Aslam Khan, Nawab A. Khanzada and Mohd Madni were also present.