Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Murad Ali Shah orders enhanced security in the Sindh province

Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah ordered on Thursday enhanced security in Afghanistan as a result of the US and NATO soldiers retiring from the war-torn nation.

The chief minister instructed the law enforcement agencies in his directions to the authorities to maintain a close eye on every prohibited or religious organisation and group.

Murad also instructed the authorities concerned to monitor hate incentives and other questionable social media activities.

The chief minister declared on that occasion that he will meet with religious academics and added, “We must preserve unity among our ranks.”

“The growing population in Karachi is causing crime, water scarcity, load shedding and unemployment,” the administration claimed, requesting that the issue of illegal immigration be solved. “The United Nations Refugee Convention is not signed by Pakistan.”

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