KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah held a meeting with senior police officers and urged them to continue their services with the same spirit and not be demoralised under any condition.
The meeting was attended by Inspector General Police Sindh Mushtaq Maher, all Additional IGs and DIGs working in the province. The chief minister appreciated the services rendered by the Sindh police in the restoration of law and order in the province particularly in Karachi.
“You have laid your lives in the line of your duty to restore peace in the city,” he told the policemen, adding that the police have fought against heinous crime professionally and brought the terrorists to book.
The chief minister further said that the police working in Sindh were thorough professionals and had thwarted terrorist attacks on Karachi Stock Exchange, Chinese consulate and various others.
The provincial government has always strengthened the police by upgrading its training centres, provided latest equipment, arms and ammunition and important gadgets, he said.
CM Sindh said that he has always given full space to the police to work freely and impartially as he has adopted a policy of non-interference in the police matters and would never allow it to be violated.
He said that some recent happenings have created unrest and resentment in the police ranks but assured them that he would never let them be demoralised at any stage.
The chief minister urged the IG Sindh and other senior police officers to inculcate and rejuvenate the same spirit and morale in the lower ranks of the police so that they continue their professional services with same dedication. The police officers thanked the chief minister for his support, encouragement and guidance.