Sindh Inspector General of Police Shahid Nadeem Baloch said on Sunday that there is a need to frame strong cases against the terrorists to help the investigation process. He said that the police force should put strong evidences forth the courts so that the culprits could be awarded with exemplary punishments.
The Sindh Police chief said this during a visit to the Rapid Response Force (RRF) base at the Al-Falah Society, where he directed the officials to take indiscriminate action against the criminal elements.
Shahid Nadeem said that the martyrs of police force are assets of the department and acts of terrorism cannot demoralise the police.
He further revealed that police commandos will be deployed in the RRF soon.
The chief also directed the DIG RRF to submit performance report of RRF and his recommendations to further improve the efficiency of the force.