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Demonstrations held in Pakistan over rising crime in Kandhkot Pakistan
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Demonstrations held in Pakistan over rising crime in Kandhkot

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 02 Mar 2024, 05:31 pm

Workers of nationalist parties and social organisations recently observed a sit-in in Kandhkot town of Pakistan to demonstrate against rising unrest among citizens due to growing lawlessness and simmering tribal feuds.

The protesters led by Sindh-Taraqqi-pasand Party district president Akram Bajkani held a four-hour sit-in in front of SSP office said that unabated robberies, thefts and kidnappings, which had become order of the day in the district, had spread fear and unrest among citizens across Kandhkot-Kashmore district, reported Dawn News.

Bajkani and other leaders said people were sick of the crimes as police had completely failed to restore peace in the district and provide security to them.

He claimed police were arresting innocent people instead of taking action against outlaws.

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