KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Tuesday directed Rangers and police to ensure security of all the important places such as markets, mosques, eidgahs and other important centers.
“You have to be very vigilant because our enemies are working to destabilize Pakistan and try to mar CPEC projects but we won’t allow this come what may,” he said while presiding over an informal meeting on law and order and other issues here at the CM House, according to a press release.
The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Siddique Memon and IG Police AD Khwaja. Later the meeting was joined by Advocate General Zameer Ghumro.
The Chief Minister said the law enforcement agencies had restored peace in the city.
He said the enemies of Pakistan were against CPEC projects which were bound to open new vista of prosperity and development in the country in general and in the province in particular.
“We have to be more vigilant, alert and have to further strengthen national unity to face the nefarious designs of our enemies,” he added.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) briefed the Chief Minister on the law and order and security arrangements during the Eidul Fitr.
He also briefed the Chief Minister about the progress so far into the cases of kidnapping of Awais Shah and killing of Amjad Sabri.
He said that he was closely working with all the agencies for safe and sound recovery of Barrister Awais Shah.
“All the agencies are working day and night to resolve this case and like the Sindh government other agencies are also deeply concerned,” he said. As far as Amjad Sabri case was concerned, he said, there were some solid clues and the police were working on them.
The Chief Minister telephoned DG Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar and discussed overall law and order, target operation and special operation for recovery of Barrister Awais Shah and gave him necessary instructions.
The DG Rangers assured the Chief Minister that the security plan for Eid days was very much enforced and work on the cases of Awais Shah and Amjad Sabri was in progress. -APP