Don’t need certificate for counter-terrorism efforts, says Sindh home minister
Don’t need certificate for counter-terrorism efforts, says Sindh home minister: Home Minister Sohail Anwar Siyal said on Thursday that Pakistan doesn’t need a certificate from anyone for its counter-terrorism efforts. Speaking to journalists at the 95th passing out parade at the police training centre, Siyal said the provincial government with the support of Pakistan Army will soon eliminate the remaining few terrorists in the Karachi Operation.
He appreciated the role of paramilitary forces in establishing law and order in the metropolis.
“Sacrifices of law enforcement personnel to maintain law and order is not hidden from the people of Pakistan. We should appreciate Rangers’ role in establishing peace,” he said. “The government is grateful to Pakistan Army for training Sindh police,” he added.
“Police will meet the expectations of people.”
Siyal said that the crime rate in Karachi is comparatively lesser than in big cities of many other countries.
Responding to a question, the home minister said that the Sindh government has presented a workable bill against corruption.
He was referring to the controversial National Accountability Ordinance 1999 Repeal Bill 2017, which was passed recently to limit NAB’s role in the province.
The law has been challenged in the Sindh High Court.
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