Sindh played main role against karo kari
KARACHI – Sindh Governor Dr. Ishratul Ibad Khan has said that the province has played a leadership role in the efforts against the evil of Karo Kari.
It is years old issue, but the present government has worked in a coordinated manner for its elimination. In this regard, he said attention was focussed on making the law more effective and a bill was introduced in the National Assembly on July 31. He was talking to a delegation of under-training officials of the Foreign Service Academy, led by DG of the Academy Amjad Khan Sher at Governor House in Karachi on July 31.
Besides Pakistani participants, the delegation included officials from China, Bangladesh, Maldives, Chad etc. The Governor described Karo Kari as a abhorred act and said the struggle he launched against it received full cooperation from all sides and as a result a visible progress in legislation against it became possible.
To a question, the Governor said that action is going on under a multi-pronged strategy for improvement of law and order and elimination of wave of terrorism. In this regard, he pointed out, various steps are under way for strengthening and functionality of intelligence network besides increased public cooperation.
He said that possible acts of terrorism were effectively stopped and many gangs of terrorists have been busted. The Governor emphasised upon coÂoperation between government, people, Madaris and mosques for promotion of better traditions in the society and promoting golden principles of Islam and hatred against terrorism.
Source: The Nation