Sindh Apex Committee proposes amendment to law to curb street crime
KARACHI (92 News) – Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah presided over the 23rd meeting of the Sindh Apex Committee on Monday. The meeting proposed to amend the law to deal with the street crime. According to the proposal, criminals will be sentenced to 3-7 years after special hearing of the case. It also decided to file petitions against the accused acquitted in the cases. The meeting also decided that government and private schools and seminaries will be monitored. It also proposed to seek help from Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa for cyber security. Moreover, the Seminaries Registration Act will also be introduced. The Sindh IGP, Corps Commander Karachi, DG Rangers and other high-ranking civil and military officers attended the meeting.