KARACHI: Sindh government has taken the credit of the improved security situation in Karachi, as estimated in a report of the international organization, Numbeo.
Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah chaired a session of Public Safety Commission in which IGP Dr. Kaleem Imam presented inquiry against 23 policemen.
At the session, CM Murad said that Karachi was listed at the 6th spot on world crime index and now it was placed at 93rd number, adding that it was due to the efforts of the Sindh government.
CM Murad further said that the government will inquire about the complaints from public against the police force.
Earlier last month, Karachi was listed at the 88th spot. The ratio of crime index is 55.15 (moderate), while the safety index ratio is 44.85 for Karachi. Karachi is now ranked 93rd among 386 cities.