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Supreme Court heard the Karachi unrest case

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Pakistan, Karachi Updates : Supreme Court of Pakistan heard a case about the law and orders conditions in Karachi and to alerts the high police officials who produced reports on law-enforcement agencies’ performance in dealing with criminals on Wednesday.

At outset of the hearing, Additional IG police Iqbal Mehmood appeared before a four-judge bench, headed by Justice Jawwad S. Khwaja, at the apex court’s Karachi Registry and submitted a rejoinder about investigation of various cases.

Target killings and other terrorist activities also discussed so that peace can held in Karachi.

Justice Khilji Arif Hussain said that the police department has confessed in its report that over 22000 absconding offenders are roaming free in the city.

“Then how life a common citizen can be saved? How can free elections be ensured in worst law and order conditions? Who should we blame to? We see no hope of peace in the city,” Justice Khilji said.

Justice Khwaja asked how the police can deal with 22000 criminals with an insufficient manpower. “This task in impossible for police while the Rangers is not proved effective in Karachi despite consume a heavy budget.”

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