Sindh government has decided to launch a mega crack down against the militant and terrorists outfits in the province and along the Sindh Balochistan border areas.
The Sindh chief minister on Tuesday ordered law enforcement and security agencies to step up action against terrorists with a particular focus on the province’s border with Balochistan.
“We have to purge the menace of terrorism from Sindh,” Murad Ali Shah said while instructing police and Rangers to launch a crackdown on the Sindh-Balochistan border during a meeting on the province’s security situation.
He also directed the Sindh home secretary to compile a report on all new seminaries that have opened up across the province. In particular, he instructed the secretary to look into whether these seminaries were set up in compliance to relevant rules and regulations.
Chief Minister Shah also reviewed progress of the investigation in the gruesome suicide bombing at the shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan which killed 88 people.