KARACHI - Police have arrested at least 39 suspected people during overnight raids in various areas of the metropolis in the wake of devastating bombing of Suparco bus. Talking to media persons here on Thursday Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) West Amir Farouqi said that Police conducted raids in different areas of the city including Muwachh Goth, Orangi Town, Mouchko, Saeedabad, Baldia Town, Hub River Road, Ittehad Town and Site Area in which at least 39 suspected had been arrested so far.He said that the interrogation is in progress with the captured people in police custody.It should be mentioned here that an explosion ripped through a bus carrying employees of country’s space agency - Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO) - killing two and injuring more than 20 of them.The bus carrying 40 SUPARCO employees, was hit in Mawach Goth at around 4.45 pm on Wednesday.Newly appointed ombudsman calls on Asad Malik: The newly appointed Ombudsman for protection of called-on Provincial Ombudsman Sindh, Asad Ashraf Malik, in his offIce here on Thursday. Asad Ashraf Malik while welcoming the recently appointed Ombudsman to the fraternity of Ombudsmen said that his appointment has taken place at very opportune time when the cases of harassment of women at work place were continuously on the rise. He informed him in detail the responsibilities and functions of the Ombudsman Sindh. On the occasion, Asad Ashraf Malik expressed his confidence that his appointment to the position will act as check against growing complaints of working women in this regard. Asad Ashraf Malik assured of his full cooperation in setting up of the Women Complaint Secretariat and also offered to provide informal training to his officers and staff by the experienced functionaries of his Secretariat. Syed Pir Ali Shah appreciated the gesture shown by Asad Ashraf Malik and said that the two institutions have similar objectives that is the resolution of complainants grievances, therefore, it will be mutually helpful and in public interest to draw on each others experiences. It may be recalled that Ms Musarrat Hilali, Federal Women’s Ombudsman for protection of women against harassment at work place, had earlier met Asad Ashraf Malik and exchanged views relating to general complaints of harassment of women at work place. The Provincial Ombudsman Sindh had also assured her of full cooperation of his Secretariat during her visit to the Province in connection with hearings and disposal of cases.