NAUNDERO:Robberies and thefts have become very common in the hometown of Bhutto leaders due to which panic has gripped the denizens and they pass restless nights. This was stated by the members of various political, non-political and social welfare organizations after taking out a rally here on Saturday against acute lawlessness.
The rally was taken out from the Municipal Committee, the protesters marched towards Railway Crossing where they held a massive demonstration after blocking Sukkur-Larkana Road and a large number of vehicles were struck up from both sides causing trouble to the commuters.
While talking to newsmen Saturday Abdul Rahman Supro, Liaquat Abro, Hafiz Mushtaque Kourejo, Raheel Kalhoro and others alleged that cops have entirely failed to curb crimes and criminals activities as thefts, snatchings, robberies and other heinous crimes have become very common in which criminals of politically influenced people are involved and the police have failed to recover stolen goods or bring the accused to justice. They said due to political appointments the residents have become totally unprotected and the town is being pushed into crimes. They said the residents have been left at the mercy of gangsters who are free to commit crimes at their will and flee as if there is no writ of law.
They demanded of the PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, MPA Faryal Talpur, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, SSP and DIGP Larkana to eliminate black sheep in the police, take strict action against negligent cops who are supporters of thieves and maintain law and order in Naundero at all costs so that citizens could be able to take sigh of relief. They also demanded recovery of robbed and stolen material without loss of time.
After three hours DSP and SHO reached the spot and again assured the agitating residents that all the looted goods will be recovered and handed over to the owners within three days, after which they called off their strike.