Karachi, The Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) has committed its support to the Sindh Police in their efforts to maintain law and order, crucial for ensuring a safe and prosperous business environment in Sindh. This pledge was made during a high-profile meeting between FPCCI officials and the Sindh Police leadership.

According to Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry, FPCCI President Atif Ikram Sheikh voiced the business community’s support during a visit to the office of IG Sindh Police, Ghulam Nabi Memon. The visit included discussions on police performance and public safety strategies, with Mr. Sheikh emphasizing the importance of a secure environment for the thriving of businesses in the region.

During the meeting, IG Sindh Police briefed the FPCCI delegation on the force's activities from January 2024 to mid-May, highlighting significant achievements such as 1,480 encounters, the elimination of 146 criminal suspects, and the arrest of 7,696 individuals. The meeting also noted a considerable decrease in daily crime reports, from 242 incidents in January to 160 by mid-May.

Senior Vice President of FPCCI, Saquib Fayyaz Magoon, expressed appreciation for the police's efforts and stressed the media’s role in positively portraying Karachi and Sindh, recognizing the sacrifices made by the police force. The delegation, including FPCCI Vice Presidents and the Convener of FPCCI’s Standing Committee on Law and Order, discussed specific safety concerns relating to trade and industry.

IG Memon shared updates on technological advancements being integrated into police work, such as e-tagging and facial recognition cameras, which are part of efforts to modernize and improve security in line with global standards.

The commitment from FPCCI to support ongoing and future initiatives was reaffirmed, with both parties agreeing on the need for continuous engagement and cooperation to enhance safety and economic activity in the region.

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