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Karachi targeted operation hype make it doubtful

September 6, 2013 at 1:02 am | News Desk

319ISLAMABAD: The success of ongoing targeted operation by law enforcement agencies in the largest city of Pakistan, Karachi, was reportedly doubtful, the news tribe has learnt on Thursday.

According to our correspondent, list of miscreant who was involved in unrest of Karachi provided to Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif, reportedly flee from Karachi to different other areas of Pakistan due to possible targeted operation in Karachi.

According to sources, the list given to PM Pakistan before the meeting of Federal cabinet in Karachi contains names of 450 miscreants. The list was compiled by federal and local agencies which contain the name of miscreant working under umbrella of different political parties and some others as individually.

The list contains accuses names which were involved in target killing, extortion and some proclaimed offenders, according to the sources reported.

According to international and national media reports, Karachi which produced revenue of more than 300 billion rupees per day have to paid more than 380 million rupees to the miscreants every day in the form of extortion and mugging.

According to the sources, this was observed that miscreant could flee and the targeted operations by law enforcement agencies ends before it happened.

 According to the police and rangers sources, it would be premature to say whether targeted operation will be failed or not before starting any operation in Karachi.

Business men and people of Karachi have demanded from long time, government to find sustainable solution for maintaining peace in Karachi.

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