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Violence in Karachi – Whats next??

The recent wave of violence once again crippled the economic backbone of Pakistan. The highly populated city with major slice of educated citizens is hostage to unknown bandits and terrorists.

When I was driving car back home yesterday I was constantly getting calls from home as my family was worried after getting reports of violence. This is unfortunately true that from my route from II Chundrigar road to Gulshan I observed that there was not a single mobile of either Police or Rangers. The street lights were off and it was showing horror movie like situtation.

Who is in charge of Karachi?? Where is the writ of the government?? I could not see. The sense of security was missing so the security personnel.

The main reason for these violence is the undertstanding of the weaknessess of our law enforcing agencies. The terrorists and culprits are well aware of the strength of our law enforcing agencies who come out to grab innocent citizens and mint money for their own pockets. The recent ban on pillion riding opened door of earnings to police who were spotted arresting innocent youths even riding close to their homes.

The present state of law and order situation clearly exposed that our law enforcing agencies are niether proactive nor reactive. They are simply a symbolic force just to show thier very existence which is meaningless.

The only protected areas are Army installations and colonies which enjoys total safety and protection.

Lets pray for the betterment of the city. All we can do is to be careful and stay close to our families. Pakistan is not meant for peaceful citizens nowadays.


April 30, 2009 - Posted by | Current Affairs | , , , , , , ,

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