Tangwani (TNS) Tangwani caretaker Provincial Home Minister Haris Nawaz and Inspector General of Police Rafat Mukhtar reached Durrani Mehr police station and reviewed the operation against criminals in Kashmore district and met the media representatives on this occasion.

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Tangwani caretaker Provincial Home Minister Haris Nawaz and Inspector General of Police Rafat Mukhtar reached Durrani Mehr police station and reviewed the operation against criminals in Kashmore district and met the media representatives on this occasion. While talking, the provincial interior minister said that our army can fight with India, operation of raw material is not a big problem, we have to work for peace and order in Sindh. He visited Kashmore’s Kachhe and saw the police stations and checkpoints. He said that there is no pressure on us, we want an end to crime from Sindh including Karachi. He said that we will conduct an operation against dacoits in Kache and facilitators in Pakka. While the police, Rangers and Special Branch are conducting the operation together, we will take help from the army if required. The culprits will appear before the police. They will be dealt with according to law. We want criminals to live their normal lives and their children to get education. In consultation with IG Sindh, steps will be taken to eliminate the tribal system. To provide facilities to the police, the jawans on duty in Kucha will be given Kucha allowance. Action will be taken against the facilitators who are involved in the kidnapping of people in Kashmore district. Speaking on the occasion, IG Sindh Police said that all the officers are doing good work, there is no pressure, everyone should play their role. The Home Minister also visited the joint pickets of Police and Rangers. On this occasion DIG Larkana Javed Jaskani, Wing Commander Rangers Colonel Jameel Ahmed, SSP Kashmore Rohail Kosu and other dignitaries were present.