Published On: Tue, Jan 21st, 2014
Published in Category: Karachi

No softening in targeted operations: Sharjeel Memon

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KARACHI: Information minister for Sindh, Sharjeel Inam Memon has said that there would be no softening in targeted operations; rather it would be enforced more strictly.

Addressing the meeting held in the office of S.I.T.E Association office on Monday, and talking to media, besides at the inauguration of a road there, he consoled reservations expressed by chairman S.I.T.E regarding targeted operation , assuring that there were no differences between police and Rangers , news about which as reported by media were totally baseless and without substance.

On the occasion, he stressed on joint efforts to eradicate terrorism from roots, and while answering a question, said that time had come to deal with terrorists boldly.

Replying to yet another question, he said that all developmental work in Sindh started during the tenure of (late) Z. A. Bhutto, while work on underpasses, bridges and flyovers commenced according to vision of (Late) Benazir Bhutto: “which would be concluded by us” he resolved.

S.I.T.E chairman Younus Bashir thanked Sharjeel Memon’s for allocation of Rs 280 million funds , lauding the minister for keeping his promise of assistance to industry.
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