KARACHI: The Supreme Court remarked that the law and order situation of Karachi has not changed despite the verdict being issued one and a half year ago.
A larger bench of the apex court, comprising Justice Jawad S Khawaja, Justice Khilji Arif Hussain, Justice Sarmad Jalal Osmany and Justice Amir Hani Muslim, heard the Karachi law and order situation case on Thursday.
Justice Jawwad S Khawaja, said that the authorities are not taking the matter seriously, adding that Sindh Government has not submitted a para-wise report regarding the implementation of the court’s orders.
On this, Advocate General Sindh told that the report presented on Wednesday includes the answers of each paragraph.
Justice Khawaja, then, remarked that it seems as if the authorities are not taking the matter seriously and the court is carrying out a meaningless drill. He said that the report did not include that the people involved in terrorism have support from the political parties.
He alleged that the concerned authority did not even attempt to answer that which means that they are accepting political interference behind deteriorating security situation in the city.
Rejecting previous reports of the provincial government on Wednesday, the court sought a comprehensive report from the Sindh IG and chief secretary on the law and order situation in Karachi in light of its decisions, latest by today