KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Saturday said that the law and order situation in the province has improved with the efforts of provincial governments and law-enforcement agencies specially Sindh Rangers.
Addressing a ceremony on Saturday, he said that the law and order situation was the biggest issue facing the province when he took charge as chief minister, adding that the situation has improved and peace has been restored in the province.
The Sindh CM said that most of the apex committee meetings were held in Sindh, while incidents of kidnappings for ransom have been controlled in the province.
He went on to say that the provincial government has eradicated terrorism from Karachi, adding that international cricket has returned to the province with the efforts of the PPP-led government.
Criticising the federal government, Shah said that the center is yet to release Rs166 billion to Sindh.
“The provincial government has constructed Thatta-Sajawal bridge,” he added.