ANP’s senator Haji Adeel was of the view that Oct 6 order of the Supreme Court was not implemented yet. - File Photo

KARACHI: Awami National Party (ANP) on Monday filed a contempt of court petition in the Supreme Court against non implementation of apex court’s orders pertaining to Karachi unrest case, DawnNews reported.

The petition was filed by ANP’s senator Haji Adeel. He was of the view that Oct 6 order of the Supreme Court was not implemented yet.

He said that the court had directed the pertinent authorities to stop political recruitment in to the police, to cancel the licenses of the prohibited weapons and demanded an end to ‘no-go areas’.

The apex court had also directed the authorities to form a commission to disburse funds to the people who were affected the law and order situation, the petition further stated.

Chief Secretary Sindh Raja Abbas, Additional Home Secretary Sindh Waseem Ahmed and IG Sindh Fayyaz Leghari were made party to the case in the petition.

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