Police, Rangers performance not up to the mark: Sindh CM


Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah has admitted that the performance of Rangers and police in Karachi is not up to the mark, yet blaming the weak judicial system that ‘sets the criminals free’.
Addressing the session of Sindh assembly on the eve of Muharram-ul-Haram, the CM said that they have made the arrangements to ‘cease suicide bombers’. He also said that every vehicle entering and exiting the city will be thoroughly checked regardless of who it belongs to.
He revealed that the elements involved in the recent attack on Rangers headquarters, CID headquarters, Ashura and Chehlam have been identified.
Qaim said that until the computerization of weapons licenses, the ones already issued should be considered null and void. He hoped that ‘the sensitive days of Muharram will pass peacefully’.