Tight security ordered for judges, elected representatives

June 27, 2013 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Inspector General of Police IGP Sindh Shahid Nadeem Baloch on Thursday directed relevant officials to end possible weaknesses in Central Command and Control System Surveillance Centre established at Central Police Office on emergency basis and assign duties to senior police officials for monitoring of the city.

This he directed while presiding over a high level meeting at his office. The meeting was attended by Additional IG Karachi Ghulam Qadir Thebo, DIGs of East, West and South Zones; DIG Headquarters Sindh Dr Sanaullah Abbasi, SSPs Security One/Two, District SSPs and other senior police officials.

The meeting reviewed progress on high profile cases, including attack on SHC senior judge Maqbool Baqar. Necessary instructions were also issued for security of judges, elected representatives and other important personalities. IGP ordered extraordinary security for courts, government offices, sensitive installations, residential areas and public places.

Police spokesman asked people to inform Madadgar 15 Call Centre, nearest police station or policeman on duty if they see any suspected vehicle, bag, parcel or any other material, and also remain protected from it.