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Chairman Sindh Industrial Trading Estate Association of Industry expresses concern over reshuffling in Karachi Police and District Administration

Karachi, May 30, 2014 (PPI-OT): Chairman, SITE Association of Industry, Younus M. Bashir has expressed strong reservations over reshuffling in Police and District Administration of Karachi. While expressing concerns over transfer of Deputy Commissioner West, Mir Ghulam Qadir Talpur, he said that his untimely transfer is beyond their comprehension.

According to him, the Deputy Commissioner West had extended his full support in removal of encroachments from SITE area. He further said that former Additional Inspector General of Police, Karachi, Shahid Hayat had also been transferred and posting of DIG West Karachi has been made without taking into confidence the SITE Association.

All these officers had played an important role against the criminals. All these steps of the present Sindh Government would prove a setback in maintaining the law and order situation since it has become quite difficult for the industrialists even to reach their factories.

According to Mr. Younus M. Bashir, SITE Association in coordination with DG Rangers, Corps Commander and former Additional IGP Karachi Shahid Hayat and other civilian security experts had initiated SITE Self-Security System successfully but the recent reshuffling has made the said self-security system impracticable.

Younus M. Bashir, Chairman demanded from the Federal and Provincial Governments that SITE Association may also be consulted before any reshuffling of SITE Police and District Administration and urged for cancellation of the transfer orders of the former Deputy Commissioner West to maintain law and order situation in SITE area.

For more information, contact:
Sohail Shahzad Bhatti
Secretary General
S.I.T.E. Association of Industry
H-16 SITE Karachi
Pakistan
Tel: +92-21-32562883-32560705
Fax: +92-21-32560704
E-mail: site@site-association.org
Website: www.site-association.org

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