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Joint session of District Administration held regarding Christmas


District Administration arranged joint session regarding security and other facilities plan on 25 December the Christmas festival of minority community here on yesterday where Rangers, Police, Revenue and local government officers including minority community people participated in a large number.

In the meeting minority community heads made aware officers about their issues and problems and said that K-electric officer be bound so that they have no load shedding, damps of trash be removed near churches even sewerage filthy water be finished.

They further said that wine shop should be closed on Christmas festival and have action against those who are found in drinking on that day because it is forbidden in their religion.

They said that police should also be bound that they should not go till end of festival function.SSP Malir Irfan Bahadur said after listening minority issues that there is risk and fear of terror attack on Christmas day and Christmas functions will be arranged on 206 places of Malir that’s why 750 police constables will be appointed on those places for protection, all SHOs and officers will also be present and alert.

He said that church management should have CCTV Cameras so that those police constables who just complete the formality should be brought under action.On that occasion Deputy Commissioner Malir Ghanwar Ali Laghari said that religion Islam does not teach difference among messengers, they have honour and regard for all religious communities blisses and glees.

He furthers said that minority community is also pakistani and they have equal rights so they should understand that they are in safe hand.

He further said that local department officers will soon resolve sanitation and trash issues.

On that occasion DMC Malir Commissioner Jawad, Chief Officer District Council Karachi Ayaz Hameed, Mushtaq Mato and others were also present in session

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