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Karachi city council expresses concern over deteriorating street crime situation in city  Pakistan
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Karachi city council expresses concern over deteriorating street crime situation in city 

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 24 Feb 2024, 05:48 pm

The City Council of Pakistan's Karachi city recently echoed concern over the deteriorating law and order situation in the city.

During the session, city Mayor  Murtaza Wahab agreed the proposal forwarded by some members to form a committee to deal the increase in crime in Karachi.

The general meeting of the council of the Karachi Metropolitan Corporation (KMC), held at its Council Hall, offered prayers for UC Chairman Sabir Ali Magsi of the Pakistan Peoples Party from Malir District, who was killed in Gulistan-i-Johar as well as for Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) member Parveen Murad Baloch, reported Dawn News.

Through two identical resolutions presented in the meeting, it was demanded that the murderers of slain PPP UC chairman be arrested as soon as possible and punished.

The resolutions were tabled in the house PPP’s Advocate Irshad Ali and Qazi Sadruddin of Jamat-i-Islami (JI).

During the discussion on the resolutions, members expressed concerns over rising street crimes in the city.

The mayor welcomed the proposal and said that a committee consisting of members of the House would be formed which would meet IG Sindh, reported Dawn News.

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