Concern shown over rising target killings


KARACHI: The Chief Coordinator 15 Madadgar Korangi I Area and the Chairman of Law and Order Committee of Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI), Nadeem Khan, has expressed his concern over increasing incidents of targeted killings and prevailing law and order situation in the provincial metropolis and said it was need of the hour to support the community policing for checking heinous crimes.

He appealed to the government to restore peace in Karachi and create conducive environment for business, trade and other activities.

He said the crime rate would reduce considerable if the ongoing joint police and rangers operation against extortion mafia, target killers, criminals and street crimes remain continued in the city.

He said peaceful environment and safety of life and property would encourage local and foreign investors to visit this mega city and make investment plans.

He appreciated the statement of the Inspector General of Police, Sindh, in which he said he will initiate drive against black sheep in the police department.

Referring to the police helpline 15, he said that it was operating successfully on self-help basis at the Brook Roundabout in the Korangi Industrial Estate since last 9 years and it has been made a model. He said now the IG police announced reactivation of police helpline 15 that would be very helpful in controlling crimes.

He urged the government to private latest arms, ammunition and communication system to police for effective and better performance of police.

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