KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Sunday claimed that evidences pertaining to Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing’s (RAW) involvement in terrorists activities being carried out in the country have been found.
Speaking to media representatives, he said the intelligence agencies of the country have found the evidences.
He vowed eradication of criminal elements form the society at all costs.
Commenting on ongoing Karachi operation, Shah said that the Army was assisting his government in Sindh in the operation launched against criminals and terrorists in the port city.
He, however, admitted shortage of weapons available for police, adding that IGP Sindh Ghulam Haider Jamali has already handed over a list of arms and ammunition needed for the operation to the Army Chief.
Qaim Ali Shah also expressed his annoyance over him being called “the captain” of the operation. “Armies have captains… I am chief minister,” he added.