KARACHI: Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has taken a serious notice of firing on the rally of Awami Tehreek near Napier Road and asked IG Sindh and law enforcing agencies to arrest the culprits, involved in the firing and monitor the activities of miscreants.
In a statement issued here Tuesday, he expressed sympathies with the families of deceased and injured and directed Secretary Health to provide all possible medical treatment to the injured.
He also directed Medical Superintendent Civil Hospital to take all arrangements for the treatment of injured persons.
Shah also appealed to the people of Karachi to maintain an environment of brotherhood and love and should become the agent of anti-state elements and miscreants. People must show the unity among their ranks.
Meanwhile, Sindh Information Minister Shazia Marri has also condemned the firing on the rally of Awami Tehreek and said it was a
Talking to a private TV channel, she said that it was an attempt to harm Pakistan by de-stabilizing Karachi through violence. These are anti state elements and called upon people to show unity to defeat
them, she added.
Ms Marri hoped that police and law enforcing agencies would control the situation and maintain law and order. She also expressed her profound grief over the loss of precious lives and sympathized with injured.
She also expressed sorrow over the injuries sustained by media persons during the firing incident.
Replying to a question, she said that in her personal capacity she wanted to see the society as free of weapons.
General Secretary PPP Sindh Taj Haider has strongly condemned the killing and violence in Karachi and demanded for an inquiry into the
He also expressed deep sorrow over the loss of live and prayed for early recovery of injured persons. (APP)