Massive crackdown launched against criminals in Larkana


LARKANA: A month long massive crackdown against criminals, absconders, gangsters AND bike snatchers has been launched in entire Larkana district under the supervision of recently posted SP Headquarters Larkana police, Masood Bangash. Searching raids have already been conducted during last two days at Wada Mahar and Khakhrani community in which many people have been arrested; their cattle was taken; weapons, stolen or snatched vehicles were recovered; and their bunkers were also demolished.

While talking to Media in Larkana Press Club, Bangash said that he had so far killed 32 hardened criminals and 104 were injured in police encounters during his posting in Sindh. He said that anyone who fires at police will surely face the consequences because he could not be a peaceful person.

He said that within a week, all social evils will be eliminated from Larkana district including gambling, drug AND sex dens. He was accompanied by SP City Tauqeer Mohammad Naeem. Masood said it is job of the police to give relief to the public by eliminating crime and criminals for which they have started taking serious actions against the offenders of law.

He said that these actions will continue for a month without any difference during which they will ensure no injustice is done to anyone. He further told that during raid on Khakhrani community, police faced tough resistance and the criminals also opened fire at them but they arrested 25 persons out of which most of them are criminals, adding 54 people were arrested during raid in Wada Mahar village out of which 20 were absconders and others have been set free. Bangash advised criminals to surrender or face the music. He said many people are involved in tribal clashes for which they are trying to settle down the issues through decisions.

SP City Tauqeer told that A four-year kid, who has mysteriously disappeared from Naundero named Sahil Korejo, has not been recovered for whom it has not yet been established whether he has been kidnapped because, he added, the heirs have not so far received any phone call neither have they any evidence about alleged abduction but even then cops are trying to recover him. Both police officers were presented traditional Sindhi gifts of Ajrak & Cap.