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Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan wants Karachi to be handed over to Army for three months amid rising street crimes
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Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan wants Karachi to be handed over to Army for three months amid rising street crimes

| @indiablooms | 10 Apr 2024, 06:16 pm

A senior Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan leader on Monday demanded Karachi city should be handed over to the country's army for three months amid a rise in street crimes in recent times.

“The Sindh government and police have left the people of Karachi at the mercy of dacoits and street criminals as only on Monday robbers killed two citizens and looted over Rs12 million,” senior MQM-P leader Mustafa Kamal told Dawn News.

He said  60 people had been killed in the first three months of the current year in the Pakistani city which reflected the failure of the police and the government to reduce street crimes.

“Karachi should be handed over to the army for three months as the Sindh government is not serious in providing protection to the life and property of citizens,” he said in a statement as quoted by Dawn News.

He asked Sindh Home Minister Zia Lanjar as to why police were not taking action against street criminals in the metropolis.

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