CM leaves for Umrah
KARACHI—Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, left here Friday afternoon for performing Umrah.
A spokesman said here that before flying for Saudi Arabia he held an important meeting at CM House to discuss some important issues such as recovery of Awais Shah, arrest of Amjad Sabri’s killers and maintain law and order and improve municipal services.
The meeting was attended by Secretary Siddique Memon, IGP A.D. Khwaja, Commissioner Karachi and other relevant officers.
The Chief Minister said that the two serious incidents, the kidnapping of Barrister Awais Shah and killing of Amjad Sabri have become a big challenge for the government.
“I don’t have doubt in the performance of our Law Enforcement Agencies (LEA) they are professional and have shown their performance by restoring peace in this city where terrorists, mafias and gangs had started swaying,” he said.
He said, “with our political will and commitment almost all the mafias have been wiped out, terrorists are made on their toes.”
The faded glories of this city started restoring- public confidence developed in government and LEAs. People who had confined themselves and their families within the four walls of their homes started coming out for recreation, picnics, feasts. Art and musical activities kept thriving. —APP