Call for reforms in investigation law

Karachi, Sindh: Chairman Law and Order Sub-committee of Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI), Nadeem Khan, has called for amendments to relevant laws so that criminals should not go unpunished.

In a statement he said that reforms are needed in the process of investigation as the process of present investigation is not matching the requirement. He said that criminal investigation process had several lacunas due to which criminals easily get free from courts without any punishment. He said the police department was facing acute shortage

of manpower and government should initiate recruitment in police on priority.

He expressed satisfaction over the ongoing operation which has led to improvement in law and order in the city.

Khan said that targeted operation of police and Rangers against the criminals had improved law and order situation in Karachi.

He suggested that the police and rangers officials taking active part in the ongoing operation should be rewarded with shields and certificate.

He also hailed the arrangements made for hides collection and disposal of waste during Eid-ul-Azha.

He said that positive results have been observed after the launch of

Karachi operation, as reduction in incidents of targeted killing and extortion has been noticed.

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