57 terrorism cases of Deobandi takfiris in Karachi ready for military courts

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Wednesday, 04 February 2015

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali has approved the creation of anti-terrorism force (ATF), zonal committees for integrated and coordinated action against terrorism and decided to referring 57 terrorism cases to Military Courts within 10 days.


He took these decisions in the Apex Committee meeting presided over jointly by him and Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad at CM House in Karachi. Sindh also suffered worst-ever security crisis due to takfiri terrorism by Wahhabis-allied Deobandi takfiri terrorists of banned militant outfits such as ASWJ/LeJ/Sipahe-Sahaba, Taliban/TTP, Jund-ush-Shaitan, Jamaat ul Ahrar, etc. One thing is common among all the takfiris in Pakistan that they are either Wahhabis or Wahhabis-allied Deobandis.

The meeting was attended by Corps Commander Karachi Lt General Naveed Mukhtar, Minister for Information Sharjeel Inam Memon, Minister for Finance Syed Murad Ali Shah, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Dr Siknader Mandhro, Chief Secretary Sindh Sajjad Saleem Hotiana, Home Secretary Abdul Rahim Soomro, Director General Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar, IG Sindh Ghulam Hyder Jamali and provincial heads of different agencies.

Brigadier Ahsan Gulrez of 5 Corps giving presentation to the Provincial Apex Committee (PAC) said that in order to ensure execution of Provincial Action Plan (PAP) across the province, three zonal committees, Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur be constituted. He said Karachi Zone would comprise DG Rangers, Commissioner Karachi, Additional IG Police (Karachi) and three sector commanders of Rangers.

The Hyderabad Zonal Committee would have two divisions, Mirpurkhas and Shaheed Benazirabad. The GOC Hyderabad, Commissioners and DIGs of three divisions, and Sector Commander Rangers as its members.

Similarly Sukkur Zone would have Larkana Division also. It would comprise of GOC Pano Aqil, Commissioner and DIGs of Sukkur and Larkana divisions and sector Commander Rangers.

Brigadier Brigadier Ahsan said that the task of the committee would be the execution Provincial Action Plan in their respective zones in the light of decision of PAC. “The directives of Provincial Action Plan are action against proscribed organizations, dealing firmly with sectarian terrorists, action against armed militias, Karachi targeted operation, choking financing for terrorists and their organizations and establishing and deploying a dedicated counter terrorism force,” he elaborated.

IGP Ghulam Hyder Jamali told the meeting that 315 cases will be sent to Military Courts, of them 48 of Karachi, 121 of CID, 95 of Shaheed Benaziarabad, 17 of Hyderabad, 26 of Larkana and eight of Sakrand.

The chief minister directed the IGP to refer terrorism cases to the Military Courts within 10 days and report him. On this the IG said, “57 cases of Karachi, including of some of CID cases are ready to refer them to military courts,” he said and added that he was scrutinizing the remaining cases and would refer them as soon as their legal formalities are completed.

Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad called for creation of a dedicated force for counter terrorism. On this Corps Commander Karachi Lt General Naveed Mukhtar said he was ready to impart them special counter terrorism training if the chair gave his consent for creation of CTF.

The Chief Minister directed the IG police to pick young, dedicated and educated police personnel with less than five years of services to induct them in the CTF. “The selection would be made purely on merit and on volunteer basis. The government would give them special incentives,” the chief minister said.

The Corps Commander Karachi, Lt General Naveed Mukhtar said he would arrange special training programme for these 1000 policemen and would divide them in 10 companies and each company would comprise 100 policemen.
Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad said that necessary arrangements may be made to repatriate the illegal immigrants, particularly the Afghanis. “Those who have managed to get CNIC must be identified and sent back.”

The meeting also decided to send the cases of the officials involved in issuing fake computerized identity cards to Military Courts.
Syed Qaim Ali Shah also approved the creation of Counter Terrorism Department. The department would be under DIG. It would have three SSPs, Intelligence, Operation and Investigation.

Finance Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah told the meeting that he would provide necessary funds for CTD. “The government is committed to strengthen the police forces at any cost,” he said.

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