KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, has said that the situation in Karachi is fast improving.
He was talking to Federal Minister for Haj and Religious Affairs, Sardar Muhammad Yousuf, who called on him at the CM House here on Friday along with a 14-member delegation.
A CM House statement said that the delegation included PML-N Sindh’s General Secretary, Saleem Zia, member of the Punjab Assembly, Mian Zia Rehman, Ali Akbar Gujjar, Munsif Jan Advocate, Haji Saleem, Zahid Hussain, Abdul Waheed, Haji Muhammad Sadiq.
Qaim Ali Shah said on the occasion that the situation in Karachi was fast improving and that the police and rangers were taking action against anti-social elements at every level and a number of (alleged) criminals have been arrested.
He stated that the law enforcement agencies (LEAs) were striving for the maintenance of law and order in Karachi.
Chief Minister said that the Government of Sindh have issued directives to the police and rangers for action without any distinction and positive results are coming to the fore in this regard.
He listened to the problems of the delegation and said that directives would be issued to the concerned officials for their resolution.
Qaim Ali Shah said that all the political and religious parties are undertaking serious efforts and extending cooperation for the maintenance of peaceful conditions in Karachi.
He stated that most of the citizens are peaceful but a handful of elements are trying to mar the law and order in Karachi.
Federal Minister said on the occasion that the Federal Government would extend every political and technical cooperation as Karachi is mini-Pakistan and it is the city of all of us. The Federal Government would extend every cooperation for law and order in the metropolis.
Qaim Ali Shah said that there is a complete consensus between the Centre and the provinces on the problems being faced by the country including the energy crisis.