CM leaves for Um­rah

Pakistan Observer - - KARACHI CITY -

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

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