HYDERABAD: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that people from Swat were involved in deteriorating law and order in Karachi.
Speaking to media on the occasion of an Iftar Dinner at Hyderabad Press Club, Qaim Ali Shah said: “several internally displaced persons (IDPs) of Swat refused to return to their homes after the end of military operation even they were asked to do so. He said these people are involved in deteriorating law and order in the port city”.
The Chief Minister said around 3,000 IDPs had arrived in Sindh since military operation was launched in North Waziristan, adding only those affectees were being allowed to enter the province who show their proper National Identity Cards.
He warned that those who were calling strikes over the issue of IDPs would themselves be responsible for any out.