KARACHI: Chief Minister of Sindh, Syed Murad Ali Shah here on Monday ordered urgent shifting of anti-terrorism courts (ATCs) in Karachi from their present location in Clifton to Central Prison premises.
Chairing a meeting held here to review the current security situation in the province, in particular context of existent threats and the strategy adopted to deal with the same, the Sindh C.M said no complacency will be tolerated nor any risk be taken that may jeopardise the security situation in any manner.
Mentioning that the decision to shift eight ATCs functional in the metropolis to Karachi Central Prison was taken during one of the previous meetings, he said concrete measures must be adopted for the same.
The Chief Minister on the occasion also sought details of the steps being taken to comply with his orders related to security audit of 86 shrines scattered around the province.
IG – Sindh, A.D. Khowaja briefed him about the strengthening of security arrangements in the province.
The meeting among others was also attended by provincial chief secretary, home secretary, advocate general and representatives of intelligence agencies and counter-terrorism departments.
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