PPP MNA requests army chief’s assistance to tackle crime in Sindh

PPP MNA Calls for Army Intervention to Combat Crime Surge in Sindh

PPP MNA Makhdoom Jameel Uz Zaman urges Army Chief General Asim Munir to conduct an operation to curb rising crime in Sindh.

Addressing media in Matiari, Zaman stressed the need for immediate action to tackle the escalating crime rate.

He called for collaborative efforts among stakeholders to address the issue, highlighting the recent surge in street crimes in Karachi, particularly during Ramadan.

Zaman’s plea comes amidst heightened concerns over public safety, with dozens of citizens falling victim to robberies and snatching incidents.

The Sindh High Court has issued a one-month ultimatum to restore law and order in the province, emphasizing strict actions against influential individuals disrupting peace.

Sindh’s Inspector General of Police, Ghulam Nabi Memon, acknowledges street crimes as a major challenge, especially in Karachi, while also noting the threat posed by riverine bandits in other parts of the province.