KARACHI : Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Abdullah Zaki has stated that the ongoing Karachi operation has failed to achieve the desired results so far as instead of improving, the law and order situation of Karachi has deteriorated drastically which is matter of grave concern and needs to be reviewed.
Speaking at the 1st meeting of KCCI’s Law and Order Sub-Committee, President KCCI said, “Although the government has claimed that Karachi operation has smoothly entered the third phase but the progress and achievements of first and second phases were never publicised, which has triggered reservations amongst business community.
The ground reality is totally contrary to these claims as the operation undertaken by the law enforcing agencies around four months ago has failed to deliver the desired results so far.”, he added.
He mentioned that the law and order situation has worsened in many areas of the city, which has triggered anxiety amongst the members of the business community. The operation against criminals and terrorists needs to be intensified and must not be stopped at any cost, he added.
Speaking on the occasion, Chairman BMG, Siraj Kassam Teli advised the office bearers to ensure that the meetings of various sub-committees, particularly of Law and Order Sub-Committee, are being organised on monthly basis so that the progress of these sub-committees could be thoroughly reviewed.
Vice President KCCI, Muhammad Idrees, Chairman of Law & Order Sub-Committee KCCI, Haji Asif Chamdia, Advisor Law & Order Sub-Committee, Saleem Farooqui, Senior Vice Chairmen Law and Order Sub-Committee, Tariq Awan and Naveed Farooki, Vice Chairman Law & Order Sub-Committee, Rafiq Jadoon, Managing Committee members Agha Shahab Ahmed Khan, Shehzad Mobeen, Secretary General KCCI, SMH Rizvi and others were also present at the meeting.