After the last week massacre that left a total of 45 people from the Ismaili community dead, police in Karachi have heightened security so as to flash out sneaking terrorist attacks as they are called. As security officers were going about their normal patroll in the city early Sunday morning in the Babadurabad, the tried to stop three motorbikes at the Tipu Sultan signal checkpoint. The motorbikes defied the orders to stop prompting the police officers from the Bahadurabad station to shoot. That is when Danish aged 20 and Ali aged 22 were killed with the police saying that they were killed by a single bullet. The police officers said that in Shaheed-i-Millat Road, there was tips off that those motorcycles were planning to rob the public and that is what they were acting against. The two are said to have died on the spot. The report was confirmed by Syed Pir M Shah who is the Senior Superintendent of Police East.
The parents of the two men were contacted by the SSP East that also said that a First Information Report will be filed against the officers. As per those that have been following fox news stream, they are aware that in regards to the shootings, fiver security officers together with their in-charge were arrested and suspended from their work. An effective policing and surveillance in the suburbs of Karachi is taking place after Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif chaired a high-level committee towards the end of last week. In the vast suburbs of Karachi, there will be surveillance and an effective policing as per the Chie f of Army staff. During the meeting, the military spokesman, fox said that terrorists must be hunted down and that he will continue with an increased pace in the operations across the board. In addition, he said that to exploit all existing leads, they were going to involve intelligence agencies in all the operations.
This is not the first operation of its kind as it has been there since the year 2013 as the civilian agencies and the federal military had identified criminals. The Rangers with the support of the security forces were empowered by the federal cabinet in dealing with the identified criminals. The reasons that they were empowered to not only investigate but also to prosecute was because they had complained that criminals were never brought to justice as they were released as soon as they were arrested. The Rangers shifted focus from criminals to the militants that have terrorized the country for more than a decade now. This report was confirmed by Abdul Khaliq Shaikh the Director Inspector General-South. According to Chaudhary Nisar Ali who was the then Federal Interior had said that some of the decisions that were made then against the criminals who were involved in kidnappings so as to get ransom, terrorist activities as well as targeted killings and extortion were very sensitive that is why they were not made public. More about this story can be chased at http://www.hulkusc.com/watch-fox-news-live-streaming/ .