Overall law and order situation improved in Sindh: CM

HYDERABAD, Oct 1: The Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has claimed that overall law and order situation had been improved in the province however the decision of suspension of mobile phone services was made due to some information about subversive act during Youm-e-Ashur.    Accompanied by Sindh Ministers Sohail Anwar Siyal, Jam Khan Shoro and Inspector General  Police A.D. Khawaja, the Chief Minister stated this while talking to media persons after visit to mourning processions here on Sunday.    He said that strict security arrangements were made on Youm-e-Ashur all over Sindh in order to avert any untoward incident resulting in termination of all mourning processions in peaceful manner.    He said that it was the result of effective security measures that spiritual leader of Bohra community came to Karachi and addressed Majalis Imam Hussain (RA) for ten consecutive days with participation of over 50,000 community members daily including 25,000 those who came from other countries.    Responding to a question, the chief minister said the person involved in stabbing women in Karachi would be arrested soon, he assured.

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