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Imran wants depoliticisation of Sindh Police.

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  1. Horus

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    Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has blasted the Sindh government for its failure in protecting the lives and properties of the people at large in Sindh, especially in Karachi, stating that the Sindh government had lost its right to rule the province.

    In his statement issued here, the PTI chief said that de-politicisation of the Sindh administration, especially the Sindh police, was key to restoring peace to the violence-hit province of Sindh.

    He said that the Supreme Court verdict on Karachi law and order situation was a step in the right direction. However, he regretted that the Sindh government did not implement the court verdict and this non-implementation of the court order had added to the miseries of the people of Sindh.

    “Violence is not confined to the urban areas and rather lawlessness prevails across Sindh Province. People in rural areas cannot leave their homes after 6 p.m. as goons and thugs take to the streets and innocent people ate picked for ransom and dacoities are committed in the dead of night,” said Imran Khan.

    He said that the overall violence across Sindh Province had reflected that either the Sindh government had no commitment to protect the lives of the people at large or the hardcore criminals had penetrated the very core of the Sindh government. He said it was a great betrayal to the committed workers of the PPP as the people of the province had given full mandate to the PPP and the MQM but both the parties had failed to provide peace and justice to their voters.

    “The PPP-led government should understand that ineffective rule in Sindh cannot sustain. Either the rulers would have to act against criminals and gangsters or the government would soon crumble, triggering an anarchy which may not be manageable by any individual or any group,” warned the PTI chief. He said that if immediate measures are not adopted, total chaos may lead to derailment of democratic process as Gunda Raaj may not prevail for longer.

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    ohh.... we just got the orders from the king of hululand!
    who cant stop his senior peoples leaving PTI! & he start giving advises to others, wht is his experince about keep law & order?
    nothing!
     
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    Well, my love for PPP aside, PPP MUST act now in sindh. Nothin' gonna get better if they let things run on their own. Apparently, that seems to be the strategy. Lie low till elections and let Interim Government handle this mess. Not an appropriate approach, if ya ask me.

    With both ANP and MQM demanding severe actions, I doubt PPP's gonna get away.
     
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    There is going to be no peace until all 3 of the above parties abandon and disband their armed militant wings.
     
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    Voluntarily? I doubt it.

    P.S. Who was Hamir Mir referring to in last minutes of his show tonight when he said Mr. President called to conduct an operation in Karachi but was refused? Most would say Military. But then Why'd military not conduct an operation in Karachi when they've all the political support?
     
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    Sending military is a catch 22 situation, if poor boys do an operation clear up - Pakistan's leftist fascists will bring in their fairy tales about "Human Rights abuses". If they don't do then they are simply cowards... they are doomed both ways.
    Karachi is a weird mix, of armed wings of political parties much like Nazi WaffenSS. Then you have the drugs, arms, smuggling rings, then you have extortionists and bhatta rings. Plus an increasing, TTP activity. Until there is a leader who is NOT part of that on the top Karachi will burn.

    How, can you expect peace in Karachi, when the parties in the govt are the perpetrators themselves? [PPP-ANP-MQM]
     
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    There is no alternative then depoliticising the police from all over the country. A city where 40 of the recruitments were given on recommendations and not the merit - What can you expect from such a police force?
     
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    yes everthing is politics, that why you never mentioned the TALIBANs here, just take a look past 4 days, rangers got SS attack but even guys like yourself never like to writs the word TALIBANS, here why?
    just because your KING KHAN supports them?
    yes its is true that in karachi MQM, PPP, ANP they all hve some kind of armed activists but still none of them is capable of doing MEHRAN BASE, CID HEADQUATERs, & this very LATEST RANGERS ATTACK?
    thts all dam politics, that this damo-crazy has divided us as a nation, & non of us hve courge to see beyond our political belifes?
    if army have to do the clean up, why should it just take the dam karachi , why not the whole country?
    if this damo-crazy cant give any poor, anything thn why we should hve this ugly, & fake damo-crazy itself?
    this problm cant be solved by just a single measure , this dam system needs overhual , depoliticisation is just a step, but fedrl govt needs to ammend laws , they hve to give witness a real safe house, a real programe?
    also fedrl govt needs to take serious actions like a surgical strike on terrosits like MULLA FM, who is sitting in afghanistan, govt needs to make it sure that no weapons & terrorists can come to bigger cites of pakistan , like karachi & lahore, peshwar, islamabad, queeta!
     
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    i tell you whats wrong with Karachi

    the jiyalas in power is what is exactly wrong with karachi, MQM has shared the government before 2008 and karachi was the most peaceful city and growing, before the politics arrived in karachi

    tell you what, karachi doesnt need any political support, no PP, not ANP not jamaat islami and not imran khan, karachi needs MQM to develop it and take care of it

    MQM supports the de politicization of karachi and restoration of local bodies system, MQM will overhaul the entire police set up and introduce merit, the 100% of karachi police will come from educated talented jawans of karachi and not from some rural area far away from karachi
     
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    Well, Military is one of The most powerful institutions. It's not like one day Prime Minister will wake up and tell military to get going. Of course The Military leadership will be on-board if any operation is to be conducted any time soon. As for catch 22 situation, well, sure there's gonna be some complaints here and there but look at the bigger picture, a relatively safer Karachi. That too with all the political support s you may have already seen.

    And as for Political Parties' Military Wings, they MUST be disbanded, I agree with ya. But like I said tat's not something political parties are gonna do VOLUNTARILY, given the politics of Karachi.
     
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    Sorry to say but Imran Khan is the last hope for Pakistan..He has the vision for tomorrow.Whatever he is doing is doing for the people of Pakistan and you people should join him as he has ideas.What a leader sitting in london, addressing people through VC, Singing songs is good for..He should leave politics and must allow people like Imran to come forward rather than playing muhajir card everytime..Altaf should join nautanki..He is a clown.
     
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    and who are you, nautanki bharathi?
     
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    I am a fan of that clown who is good for singing besuree songs..He gives people like me a good laugh that's why we want him to leave politics and entertain us :P
     
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    F*ck all those fake liberals. But that aside, military is not a solution. When military goes back the administration come back to the same people. If we dont do reforms in police, investigation and prosecution, we will return to this same situation.

    We must know one thing. If there is political interference in police and investigation, we will never get peace in Karachi or any other place.

    Absolutely right. I have to agree with you on this one. I tell you if you are finding your day boring, tune into any of Altaf Hussain telephonic khitaab on youtube. Its highly entertaining and all that clown work is free!!
     
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    Taliban is a very important factor to consider when discussing Karachi unrest. Not only are they highly trained and highly armed but due to their ethnicity, they can easy assimilate in local Pashtun population. As for depoliticization of Police, a very good suggestion in the long run, but FOR NOW, let's work with what we have.