Sindh CM admits security lapse at Qalandar shrine

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Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Monday admitted the lapse in security and related arrangements at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan that might have facilitated attackers.

While addressing the session of provincial assembly, he briefed the member on lack of resources that are rendering the government from building a hospital of larger capacity in Sehwan. “Presently, there is a 50-bed hospital in the city,” he stated.

He pointed out at the loopholes including insufficient security arrangements, power outage at the shrine at the time of the blast and non-functioning of some cameras.

“We should have improved security arrangements after the bomb blast at Shah Noorani shrine in Khuzdar, Balochistan,” he admitted. He also confessed that some people are still missing after the Sehwan blast and DNA tests of unidentified bodies are being carried out.

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Monday admitted the lapse in security and related arrangements at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan that might have facilitated attackers.

While addressing the session of provincial assembly, he briefed the member on lack of resources that are rendering the government from building a hospital of larger capacity in Sehwan. “Presently, there is a 50-bed hospital in the city,” he stated.

He pointed out at the loopholes including insufficient security arrangements, power outage at the shrine at the time of the blast and non-functioning of some cameras.

“We should have improved security arrangements after the bomb blast at Shah Noorani shrine in Khuzdar, Balochistan,” he admitted. He also confessed that some people are still missing after the Sehwan blast and DNA tests of unidentified bodies are being carried out.

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Monday admitted the lapse in security and related arrangements at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan that might have facilitated attackers.

While addressing the session of provincial assembly, he briefed the member on lack of resources that are rendering the government from building a hospital of larger capacity in Sehwan. “Presently, there is a 50-bed hospital in the city,” he stated.

He pointed out at the loopholes including insufficient security arrangements, power outage at the shrine at the time of the blast and non-functioning of some cameras.

“We should have improved security arrangements after the bomb blast at Shah Noorani shrine in Khuzdar, Balochistan,” he admitted. He also confessed that some people are still missing after the Sehwan blast and DNA tests of unidentified bodies are being carried out.

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