KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that law, order in the metropolis would be ensured at all cost.
This he said while presiding a meeting to review law and order situation here on Tuesday.
He said Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) should take their responsibility to improve the law and order in the city.
He remarked that “there is a perception among the people that the government is doing nothing for improvement of law and order, we all should do hard work to eliminate this impression”.
The Chief Minister directed the officials concerned to chalk out a comprehensive and fool proof strategy to maintain peace in Lyari.
He directed that police is patrolling and the number of pickets at different points in the limits of sensitive police stations be enhanced.
He said that strict measures should be taken to eliminate criminal elements from the society and to provide security to the citizens.
He said that he would continue to visit different police stations to monitor the performance of police.
Provincial Minister for Information Sharjeel Inam Memon informed the meeting that a media cell is being established for providing correct information about city’s law, order and other related facts and figures to the media and public.
The meeting was attended among others by the Chief Secretary Sindh Muhammad Ijaz Chaudhry, Director General Rangers, Inspector General of Sindh Police, Commissioner Karachi and others officials.
They also expressed their view point on law and order situation and put forward suggestions to improve it.