Sindh Apex Committee decides to send 10 cases to military courts
KARACHI (92 News) – The Sindh Apex Committee has decided to send 10 cases, including of Amjad Sabri, to military courts.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Shah chaired the meeting on Friday.
The meeting also decided to shift 272 prisoners, including 19 most dangerous ones, to other jails.
Corps Commander Karachi General Shahid Baig and high-level military and civil officers also attended the meeting.
The committee proposed that the federal government should authorize Sindh to formulate its system to check cyber crimes.
It also expressed its concern over target killing of policemen and dacoities in the city.
The committee also approved an operation in the Katcha area of Mehran Valley, saying help will be sought from the Rangers and the Pak Army.