Not a single dacoit should be spared, CM Murad tells police

By: News Desk
Published: 02:47 PM, 26 May, 2021
Operation against dacoits
Caption: Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah offering Dua after condoling with the families of martyred policemen in Shikarpur.
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Giving instructions for speeding up operation against dacoits in Shikarpur, Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Syed Murad Ali Shah on Wednesday made it clear to the police officers that not a single bandit should be spared, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Addressing police personnel at the SSP office in Shikarpur, CM Murad said that even Rangers and Pakistan Army personnel could be called in to assist police in the operation, if required.

He added the provincial government considered the deaths of two police jawans and one photographer in clashes with dacoits a big loss.

He expressed the hope that Shikarpur police would carry out the operation until it met success. “The dacoits will meet a terrible fate,” he hoped.

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“We salute the martyrs,” Sindh chief minister said, and added that he had directed the inspector general of police to look after the heirs of those martyred in an encounter with the lawless elements. “And those who have been injured in the encounter are ‘Ghazis’,” he said.

CM Murad claimed that the Sindh government had improved the law and order situation in the province. “Otherwise, people would shudder at the mere thought of travelling from Sukkur to Shikarpur,” he said.

Later talking to the journalists at the SSP office, Murad Ali Shah said so far 94 youth from Shikarpur had laid down their lives in clashes with the bandits.

Sindh CM offers condolences

Earlier, the chief minister offered his heartfelt condolences to the families of two police jawans and a photographer who had lost their lives in police action against dacoits.

He also announced giving government jobs to each member of the affected families.

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Meanwhile, police have taken 20 suspected persons into custody as the operation against dacoits continued in the katcha area of Shikarpur on Wednesday.

Around 200 commandoes are assisting the cops in the operation.

Police have claimed to have destroyed several hideouts of dacoits.

Reporter Abdul Jabbar Abro