JACOBABAD , JANUARY 16:- Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah said on Friday that terrorists involved in the bomb blast claiming a scores of precious human lives of innocent people in Jacobabad and Shikarpur had been apprehended, adding that the investigation had revealed that they had their roots in Aghanistan and North Wazirstan for having received training for their radicalization and terrorism.
Addressing at the oath taking ceremony of the newly elected office bearers of the District Bar Association Jacobabad, the CM said that law and order situation had improved across the province and in Karachi 80 percent situation had been brought under control and credit for this must go to the collective and integrated endeavors by the Rangers, Sindh Police and other state institutions. He announced that an anti terrorism court would soon be established at Jacobabad for speedy trial of terrorism related cases.
Alluding to some political elements, the CM, said that those who had ever been defeated in the polls held since 1970 and even faced a humiliated defeat in the recently held free and fair local bodies polls, were trying to destabilize the elected government of Sindh but vowed to foil all these designs with active support of the people of the province. The CM said that the present government had come up to expectations of the people by providing jobs to jobless youth and completing development project at a massive level.
A large scale development work to rehabilitate damaged infrastructure in Jacobabad, Shikarpur and other district owing to floods and rains were being carried out, adding that in the current financial year Rs. 147 billion were being spent on annual development programme. The CM on the occasion announced Rs. One million grant for the Jacobabad District Bar Association