Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik meets Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah in Karachi. – File Photo by Online

KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah and Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Monday co-chaired law and order meeting held at the CM House in Karachi.

The meeting was attended among others by Principal Secretary to CM Muhammad Siddique Memon, Secretary Home Sindh Rizwan Memon, I.G Police Sindh Fayaz Ahmed Leghari, said a statement.

The chief minister said that the law and order situation has rapidly improved in Karachi with concerted efforts of Police, Rangers, law enforcement agencies and cooperation of general.

The interior minister said that every killing is not targeted killing and this message is for all.

The meeting was informed that 113 criminals and extortionists have been arrested by Police and Rangers.

It was also decided to enhance the security of the foreign workers.

It was informed that Pakistan Telecommunication Authority will supply CDR record to Sindh Police and ministry of interior will ensure that the CDRs are provided.

It was also decided that patrolling will be extended in various areas of Karachi and also on highways together with prompt vigilance and early response against criminals, extortionists and kidnappers.

Representative from Rangers Col. Shafique, Additional IG Police Karachi Iqbal Mehmood, other high ranking officers of law enforcement agencies, DIGs of Police East, West and South and others were also present on the occasion.

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