Advisor to Chief Minister Sindh on Information & Archives Mr. Maula Bux Chandio has strongly condemned the killing of two traffic police personnel in Karachi and has reiterated firm resolve to eliminate terrorists, anti state elements and miscreants who want to sabotage the ongoing peace in the Metropolis.
Two traffic police officials of Azizabad Traffic Section were shot dead in an armed attack by unidentified men in Karachi’s Ayesha Manzil area on Saturday.
Strongly condemning the incident he said that law enforcement agencies have been directed to apprehend the terrorists involved in the attack. He said that Chief Minister Sindh has also taken serious notice of the attack and has directed LEAs to be vigilant and beef up the security to avert any untoward incident across the province with special focus on Karachi.
He stated that traffic police personnel were attacked in previous year also and taking stock of the situation Sindh government provided Bullet proof Jackets, arms and other necessary gadgets to traffic police to minimize the loss of their lives. He added that in today’s incident Martyred Police officials were wearing bullet proof Jackets but they were shot in head by terrorists.
In his condemnation statement, Advisor on Information said that these attacks on traffic police personnel were aimed to disturb the peaceful environment of the city adding that any such attempt to sabotage the ongoing peace process in the port city would not be tolerated and miscreants involved would be dealt with iron hands.
He added that ongoing Police and Rangers led operation against the terrorists, extortionists, extremists and other anti state elements is bearing extra ordinary fruitful results and it will continue until the elimination of last terrorist. Mr. Chandio urged upon the people to cooperate with Law enforcing agencies and share information with the nearby police station about any suspicious activity and person.
Advisor Information condoled with the bereaved families of martyred Police officials and assured them that Sindh government would not leave them alone.