Thursday, July 18, 2024

Sindh Govt Decides to Return Foreign Nationals Illegally Staying in Sindh

A meeting on law and order chaired by Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Thursday decided to return all foreign nationals illegally staying in Sindh, sources reported.

In a meeting, Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah said that terrorist outfits intend to worsen the law-and-order situation in the country again.

“We won’t allow terrorists to raise their ugly heads again in our country, province, and cities,” CM Shah said while addressing a session on law and order in Sindh.

He directed law enforcement agencies to step up their intelligence-based operations in the province. A mechanism has been devised to enhance cooperation among the Sindh Police and other intelligence agencies. He urged for “coordination among all intelligence agencies on a daily basis.”

The chief minister of Sindh also ordered the police to prevent street crime and encouraged the Sindh Police and Rangers to harshly punish offenders.

The D.G. Rangers were ordered to enhance patrolling by Murad Ali Shah.
He also oversaw the placement of police and rangers in places where crime had escalated.

All foreign nationals who are residing in Sindh illegally will be sent home, the meeting resolved. The Chief Minister made the decision to increase security at Karachi’s entry and exit points. Additionally, he gave the order to raise the standard for street criminal prosecutions.

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