IG Sindh submits report in SC, Rangers declare police responsible for flaws

07 Mar, 2016 12:55 pm

KARACHI (92 News) – A five-member bench of the Supreme Court (SC) headed by the Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali has on Monday (today) resumed hearing for the implementation of the directives passed in the Karachi law and order suo motu case in 2011.

The apex court’s larger bench resumed the hearing of the case at the Supreme Court Karachi registry. A larger bench consisting of Chief Justice Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, and the judges Justice Khilji Arif Hussain, Justice Sarmad Jalal Usmani, Justice Gulzar Ahmad and Justice Athar Saeed.

The Inspector General of Sindh Police submitted a report in the court about progress made so far in the Karachi operation.

The report reveals that the kidnapping for ransom has been eliminated 100 percent from the city, while target killing incidents have been reduced 69 percent and terrorism related incident decreased 91 percent.

The report revealed that incidents of murder, extortion and bank robberies have decreased 64, 60 and 58 percent respectively.


Meanwhile, IG Sindh revealed in its report that there aren’t any no-go areas in the city.

On the other hand, Rangers exposed the inability of Sindh Police in its report submitted in the court.

The report reveals that the poor police investigation had negative impact on the operation, adding that more than 11,000 criminals were released due to poor investigation in 2015.




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