SC rejects IG Sindh’s report on law and order situation
KARACHI (92 News) – The Supreme Court has on Tuesday rejected a report submitted by the Inspector General of Sindh Police Ghulam Haider Jamali on law and order situation in the city.
The Supreme Court’s five-member bench headed by Chief Justice Anwar Zaheer Jamali, heard the Karachi law and order suo moto case for the second day on Tuesday (today).
The Inspector General of Sindh Police had 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.
The IG Sindh revealed in its report that there weren’t any no-go areas in the city.
The apex court rejected the report submitted by the IG Sindh and remarked that the report is nothing else than a piece of paper. The court remarked that it looks like IG SIndh Ghulam Haider Jamali do not want to tell anything to the court.
The court further asked the Chief Secretary for a report on Rangers’ powers so that he could review a decision on the extension of their powers. The court adjourned the hearing until March 10, 2016.