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Sindh police told to stay on high alert

February 28, 2019

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Police officials in Karachi have been told to stay on high-alert due to an ongoing standoff with India, the Sindh police spokesperson has confirmed.

A meeting of police officials was held in the Central Police Office on Wednesday. It was chaired by Sindh IG Syed Kaleem Imam.

During the meeting, the Sindh police suspended the vacations of all the senior police officials and personnel, he said, adding that the IG has directed the police officials to beef up security around sensitive installments, foreigner offices and other sensitive places.

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The provincial police chief also instructed the reserve platoons, police commandos and other police personnel to be prepared. The officials have also been told to increase the intelligence sharing at the provincial level.



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    Anonymous   March 1, 2019 12:02 am/ Reply

    Well he knows what’s ri8 he will do better for us

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    Anonymous   March 4, 2019 9:07 pm/ Reply

    What does that mean? What would happen?

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