KARACHI: Caretaker Chief Minister of Sindh Justice (r) Zahid Qurban Alvi held a meeting on Sunday to review the deteriorating law and order situation in Karachi and issued instructions to law-enforcement forces seeking written details of rallies from all political parties, DawnNews reported.

The meeting was attended by Chief Secretary Sindh, provincial Interior Secretary, Inspector General Sindh police, Additional IG and other high level officials.

AIG Karachi Iqbal Mehmood submitted a written report over the blasts that had occured in Karachi.

The caretaker chief minister ordered that all available resources should be utilised for maintenance of law and order and also ordered for the utlisation of additional personnel who were deployed for security at government buildings offices.

He also directed the Ranger and police to contact all political parties in the city and seek details from all political parties regarding rallies and gatherings.

The interim chief minister also ordered that all political rallies and gatherings be held only after obtaining a clearance certificate from the Bomb Disposal Squad.

The AIG also informed during the meeting that progress was made in the investigations over the People's Chowrangi blast whereas probes into other bomb attacks were also underway.

Reporting by Asif Mehmood

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