Newly appointed Home Minister visits Karachi Police head office

KARACHI: The newly appointed Sindh Home Minister, Suhail Anwar Siyal visited the Karachi Police Head-office, here on Friday and paid tributes to the cops killed during the ongoing operation against terrorists in Karachi.
Additional Inspector General of Police (AIGP) Karachi, Ghulam Haider Thebo in a detailed briefing to the minister said Karachi Police has lost more than 30 of its men in terrorism related incidents during
the current year.
The men were cited to be from both officer and non officer cadres, mainly martyred in line of their duty by those belonging to active nexus of criminals and terrorists in Karachi.
Replying to queries raised by the provincial home minister, AIGP-Karachi said the police department has streamlined and also stabilized contacts with other law enforcing agencies so as to ensure adequate identification of criminals and terrorists against whom the targeted crack-down is underway.
Suhail Anwar Siyal highly appreciative of the role played by Sindh police said in view of the capacities of the terrorists it was extremely crucial to strengthen surveillance at every level. He assured of all material and moral support to the cops engaged is an extremely difficult mission, urging relevance of intelligence sharing. Siyal also visited the “Yadgar e Shuhda,” a site dedicated to the martyred cops on CPO premises and offered Fateha.