Sindh Apex Committee takes notice of mushroom growth of madaris in Hindu-majority areas

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Published in Pakistan
Saturday, 12 August 2017

Sindh Apex Committee has taken serious note of the mushroom growth of religious seminaries as around 1000 such seminaries were built on the government land, illegally. The Committee also questioned why 60 such seminaries were built in the Hindu-majority areas of district Tharparkar.

The meeting decided to check NOCs and other documents of some 1,000 seminaries illegally built on government land. Sixty such seminaries were set up in the Hindu-dominated areas of Tharparkar during the past four years.
The Sindh government also decided to shift 270 notorious prisoners, including 19 ‘most dangerous’ prisoners, from the Central Jail Karachi to other prisons in the province within the next 10 days by declaring them “high-security jails”.
Of all the cases pending against the 270 notorious prisoners, 110 cases, including the Amjad Sabri murder case, would be sent to military courts for trial.
The decision was taken at the 20th apex committee meeting, which was presided over by Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and attended by Corps Commander Lt Gen Shahid Baig Mirza, DG Rangers Maj Gen Mohammad Saeed, and the chief secretary besides other officers on Friday. Sindh Governor Muhammad Zubair, an appointee of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, was not invited to the meeting.
Reviewing street crimes, the apex committee decided to deal with the menace with iron hand and approved to send their cases for trial in special courts under antiterror laws. The meeting was informed that the data of terrorists was being compiled for which the Sindh Police were working closely with the Punjab police and sharing record.
Referring to the renewed wave of targeted killing of policemen, the meeting was informed that the law enforcers were close to busting a gang involved in the killings.
The Sindh government had sent 90 cases to military courts. Of them, only 37 were tried in the military courts, which awarded capital punishment in 21 cases. But not a single execution had taken place so far because of appeals.
Other issues which came under discussion at the apex committee for policy decision included the installation of SIMs in cars, motorbikes and activation of tracking system in mobile phones and security of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar and Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai shrines.

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