Target killing on decline in Karachi, claims Sharjeel Memon

KARACHI: Senior Sindh Minister, Sharjeel Memon on Saturday claimed that the incidents of target killings in Karachi city have witnessed a marked decline, saying the Law Enforcement Agencies have succeeded in breaking the backbone of the terrorists in the province.

Talking to media men here, Memon said he was trying to bring reforms to Karachi Water and Sewerage Board (KWSB), adding many illegal hydrants have been razed to ground in the city.

He said people lost millions in the Timber Market tragedy but the Sindh government acted immediately and distributed 82 cheques among the affectees on the heels of the first meeting.

Mr. Memon added that the people are well aware of Sindh government’s performance and they also know that the provincial administration had never left them alone in the time of trial.

“The damage of the timber market affectees will be made good by provision of relief by both provincial and federal governments on the basis 50-50 share,” Memon announced.

He said his party doesn’t set up camps for a photo session but believe in practical steps for the welfare of the people.