KARACHI: After a high level meeting of law enforcement agencies, headed by the Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah and Federal Home Minister, Rehman Malik, authorities have agreed for more action to restore peace in the city.
The meeting was held at the Chief Minister House Karachi. It was decided to built more check posts of police and rangers and to remove the flags of all political parties from the city.
The IG Sindh briefed the Chief Minister and Home Minister and said that workers of political parties are involved in the recent wave of violence in Karachi.
Rehman Malik ordered for strict action against criminals whether or not they are involved with any political party. He also ordered to draft a list of sensitive areas of Karachi. He said that a third hand was involved in the violence occuring in the city.
The IG Sindh said that all three political parties never sit with the police and Rehman Malik ordered the IG to meet the parties separately.
Malik further said that political parties could select a ground for holding protests, but should avoid a day of mourning. He said that FC, rangers and police have been issued powers to curb violence in the city.