IGP says targeted operation be made effective, successful

Karachi: Inspector General of Police (IGP) Sindh Ghulam Haider Jamali presided over a meeting on security in the metropolis at Central Police Office, here on Monday.

At the meeting, Additional IGP Karachi Ghulam Qadir Thebo, DIG Headquarters Sindh Abdul Aleem Jafferi and other officere were also present.

The meeting reviewed the performance of police, Counter Terrorism Department, Crime Branch Sindh and National Action Plan. It was decided to smash drug and gambling dens in the city through effective police crackdown. In this regard, IGP warned that if any drug and gambling den is seen opened, the relevant area’s DSP and SHO will be dismissed from their services.

A report presented in the meeting said 81 drug and gambling dens had been smashed in the city so far, while lists of remaining dens had been handed over to DIGs Zonal Karachi for further action. The progress report on this will be presented in the next meeting.

IGP Sindh reviewed the police report about target killing cases and directed the Counter Terrorism Department to arrest culprits in assocation with Karachi police as soon as possible.

He also directed Additional IGP Karachi to devise effective strategy to control target killing of policemen. He said ongoing targeted operation should also be made effective and successful besides bring criminals to their logical end.

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