Some men are seen removing wall chalking demanding a 'Mohajir rovince' in the port city of Karachi. — Photo by Online

KARACHI: The Government of Sindh has come into action against the wall-chalking and posters  of the ‘Mohajir Province’ movement, DawnNews reported.

Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah held meetings with Director General of Rangers, Major General Rizwan and Sindh’s Inspector General of Police Mushtaq Shah during which he expressed his disappointment over the increasing incidents of targeted killings and ordered the police and rangers to increase their patrolling in the city.

The chief minister also issued directives for eradication of wall-chalking demanding the creation of a ‘Mohajir Province’, from the city.

Furthermore, Local Government Minister of Sindh, Agha Siraj Durrani ordered action against concerned officers for putting up billboards of the ‘Mohajir Province’ movement.

The police came into actions for the implementation of the chief ministers’ directives.

More From This Section

SC declares appointment of NAB chief legal

The court has disposed of PTI chief Imran Khan's petition against appointment of Qamar Zaman Chaudhry as chairman NAB.

Nawaz vows to spend $1.6bn on Balochistan development

Addressing the cabinet meeting in Islamabad, the prime minister said that he himself will monitor these projects.

Police arrest six suspected LJ militants

Police said the suspects are responsible for killing 16 people over the last two years and for four attempted murders.

Khawaja Asif takes U-turn, calls Pakistan Army an asset

The defence minister called his past statements a mistake and insisted that those were made in a difference context.

Comments are closed.
Explore: Indian elections 2014
Explore: Indian elections 2014
How much do you know about Indian Elections?
How much do you know about Indian Elections?
From The Newspaper