Increased movement of bandits worries villagers

Ratodero, Sindh: Increased movement of bandits in the area has worried villagers; however, local police is not taking firm steps to check free movement of criminals.

Sources said that recently a group of notorious criminals of Larkana & Kambar-Shahdadkot districts travelled the limits of three police stations and crossed Indus River to meet notorious bandit Nazroo Narejo and offer condolence of death of his son, Iqbal Narejo, who was killed a few days ago in an alleged police encounter.

Sources said bandit Gul Bahar Mugheri along with his 23 other companions called on Nazroo Narejo, who is hiding in the limits of Gulu Siyal police station of Khairpur district and offered condolences over the death of Nazroo’s son.

After the condolence the dacoits had lunch with Nazroo and then left safely for their destination in Kambar-Shahdadkot.

The sources claimed that the bandits armed with rocket launchers and Kalashnikovs crossed Indus River in the limits of Ketty Mumtaz police station and reached Agani village in the limits of Mahotta police station and then crossed Naundero-Larkana road in the limits of Naundero police station.

The sources said that the gangs of Jagoo Jatoi, Asghar Narejo, Mastroo Narejo and others also called on Nazroo and offered Fateha and condolence on death of his son.

It may be mentioned here that Mahotta police have so far failed to recover three abducted students of Agani village who were abducted on January 09, 2013. These kidnapped boys include 23year Azhar son of Abdul Ghafoor Kehar, 20year Majid son of Lutuf Ali Kehar & 22year Suhail son Ahmed Bux Bhutto.

The villagers have requested the police officers to check the free movement of the bandits so that the prevailing fear in villagers could be removed and their confidence on local police could be restored.