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Business Community wants Pakistan Army To Take Over Karachi

Prominent business leaders of Karachi have called upon the government to call the Pakistan Army to control the deteriorating law and order, target killings, extortions and kidnap for ransom cases in the mega city They said that the incidents of such crimes or the rise despite assurances of the provincial government, local police and Sindh Rangers.
Chief Patron Korangi Association of Trade and Industry S M Muneer and President All Karachi Industrial Alliance, Mian Zahid Hussain at a press briefing at Karachi Press Club on Tuesday afternoon have finally sent SOS to the federal government, President Zardari, Chief of Army Staff and Chief Justice of Pakistan to deploy Pak Army in Karachi for a period of five to six weeks. Pak troops can go back to their barracks after getting the city rid of criminals and arms and ammunition.
They said the country’s survival depends on Karachi’s survival.
“Come and rescue Karachi’s economy and Pakistan’s economic sovereignty by sending troops,” said Muneer, adding, that it’s the duty of Chief of Army Staff and Chief Justice of Pakistan to immediately take action against the ever increasing cases of target killing and kidnapping for ransom cases due to which mainstream industry of Pakistan was badly suffering, units are closing down and investment is being shifted out of the country.
The top representatives of industrial associations in Karachi said, “We are not against democracy; rather, we have always backed democracy and will be extending all out support to the democratic system but if the local administration and law enforcing agencies responsible for controlling the law and order fail then who will come to restore peace except Pak Army, they said.
Furious over the perceived non-action of the government against the ‘bhatta’ mafia (extortionists) and kidnappers who are now sending bullets and hand grenades to the businessmen with threatening messages, Mian Zahid said that situation over the last one month has convinced them that things can only improve if the army temporarily takes control of the city.
“The situation is out of the control of the civilian set up,” he said/ “Our men are receiving threatening calls and no one is there to protect or console them,” Muneer complained.

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