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PPP demands strict monitoring of KE on arrest of Hizbut Tehreer extremist

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Karachi. 28.11.2015: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Karachi Division President Syed Najmi Alam, General Secretary Nadeem Bhutto and Secretary Information Syed Manzoor Abbas while expressing serious concern on presence of extremist elements in Karachi Electric, especially those belonging to Hizbut Tehreer, demanded the federal government to respond to this highly dangerous situation that has created alarms through their presence in national strategic institutions such as Karachi Electric.

In a statement issued from the PPP Media Cell Sindh, they said it is not knows as how many more extremists are in Karachi Electric in the disguise of employees.

They said the law enforcement agencies are striving hard to cleanse the country from the terrorism but they are not allowed to take any action against top administration as is the case of Karachi Electric.

They said the arrest of Hizbut Tehreer extremist Seham Qamar from Karachi Electric should not be confined to his individual arrest but the entire Karachi Electric administration should be placed under monitoring and should be interrogated for providing employment to such notorious elements and keeping their eyes closed from their activities. If the administration is not placed under strict monitoring and not interrogated, it would be tantamount to committing treason from the country.

They demanded the federal government to initiate investigations on Karachi Electric to ascertain where they used the money they have looted from the consumers through inflated electricity bills.

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