Murad urges fed govt to develop a national data of criminals, crime

Karachi, October 15, 2018 (PPI-OT): Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has said that some 2200 policemen and a large number of Rangers jawans had rendered their lives for restoration of peace in Karachi and we owe a word of thanks to them and their families.

This he said while talking to State Minister for Interior Shehryar Afridi here at CM House. The meeting was attended by IG Police Kaleem Imam, Home Secretary Kazi Kabir and Principal Secretary to CM Sajid Jamal Abro. Murad Ali Shah said that the general and by-elections have been held in the city in a peaceful manner. “This is because of restored law and order, otherwise this was not possible,” he said.

He urged the state minister to establish a data-bank of crime and criminals on national level with an access to the provincial government so that necessary action could be taken accordingly . “We had taken this decision in the Apex committee meeting during the last tenure but it could not be implemented and now it is need of hour,” he said. He also urged the visiting state minister to issue necessary directives to NADRA for cooperating with the Sindh police in identification issues of the accused of heinous crimes.

The state minister on behalf of the federal government assured the chief minister of full support and cooperation in every sector, particularly in law and order issues. In the meeting fateha was offered for the martyrs of police, rangers and other members of law enforcement agencies who laid their lives in the line of their duty during the operation in the city.

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