Committee formed to review the rules and regulations of the Sindh Public Safety Commission 1

Committee formed to review the rules and regulations of the Sindh Public Safety Commission


Karachi: The Sindh Public Safety Commission formed a committee of five members on Saturday, consisting of three members of the provincial council and two independent members, namely Karamat Ali and Haji Nazi. It is his job to submit reports in accordance with his rules and regulations.

Sindh Prime Minister Murad Ali Shah chaired a meeting of the Sindh Public Safety Commission on Saturday, during which provincial police commissioner Kaleem Imam presented an investigation report on 23 police officers, to be conducted in 2019.

CM Murad outlined that Kachi was sixth and seventh in the crime index in 2013 and has now dropped to 93rd before expressing satisfaction with law and order.

Provincial Secretary General, Finance Minister Hassan Naqvi, Sharjeel Memon, Idad Patafi, Shamim Mumtaz), Moshammad Ali Aziz and others also attended the meeting.

The agenda of the meeting included the formulation of an annual policy plan, the establishment of a regional security committee, the establishment of committee rules and regulations and the establishment of a secretariat.

Earlier today, the Minister of Information of the Sindh Syed Nasir Hussein Shah said in an interview with the media that the issue of chief police inspector Kalem Imam Sindh was undisputed. .

Shah explained that the issue would be resolved quickly, but complained that the center had discriminated against the provincial government.

“The IG is a senior official and he must rest […] in Punjab or KP, and he can change the IG immediately,” he said.

In response to yesterday’s Supreme Court order, Shah heard the case of illegal construction and violations in Karachi when the Sindh government destroyed all illegally built buildings in the Punjab colony, Delhi colony, PNT colony, and Gizri road zone. that the instructions of the Supreme Court would be executed in writing and in the spirit.

“Many people are involved n illegal constructions and encroachments […] a desk has been established in the SBCA to address complaints about illegal constructions and old settlements have been regularised,” he said.

“Builder mafia occupied much of villages’ land while the Sindh government regularised many of the old settlements.”

“The uninhabited buildings will be demolished first, however the process will take some time as Karachi is a big city” he added.

Directed by three judges, headed by Pakistani supreme judge Gulzar Ahmed, led by Faisal Arab and Saja, the Arabs of the Karachi Registry of the Supreme Court Judge Sajjad Ali Shah.

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