KARACHI: Security agencies have made important leads in the murder case of Amjad Sabri and kidnapping of Owais Ali Shah, Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah said in address in the Sindh Assembly on Saturday.
The chief minister said that some people have claimed responsibility for the kidnapping off Sindh High Court Chief Justice Sajjad Ali Shah’s son Owais Ali Shah.
He added that police have also made leads in the Amjad Sabri murder case. “Some suspects have made confessions regarding the Sabri’s murder,” he said.
He announced compensation of Rs10 million for Amjad Sabri’s children. He also offered employment for Amjad Sabri’s widow.
The chief minister said a nine-member committee had been formed for Owais Shah’s kidnapping.
Speaking about the Karachi Operation he said that the provincial government had given autonomy to DG Rangers and IG Police. “However during the operation citizens should not be disturbed,” he said.
He added that the last three Eid had passed peacefully in Karachi.
However he lamented that law enforcers sometimes create unnecessary problems. “The Federal Investigation Agency harassed the government, raided Civic Centre and took away 13000 files,” he said.
On a lighter note he said that he did not know how to use a gun, “and security forces have nominated me in 29 murder cases”.