President SITE Association expresses satisfaction over improvement in law and order situation
Karachi, September 11, 2018 (PPI-OT): “Peace and stability are inevitable for economic development, industrialization growth and generating more employment opportunities. The law and order situation is better than before during the last several months as compare to the past whereby crime number has been curtailed in the S.I.T.E. Industrial Area with the joint efforts of Sindh Police, Rangers and SITE Self Security System.”. This was stated by Muhammad Jawed Bilwani, President, S.I.T.E. Association of Industry in his statement to press and electronic media.
President SITE Association has expressed satisfaction over improvement in law and order situation in Karachi’s oldest industrial area SITE whereby the street crimes have reportedly declined and controlled. He appreciated the Addl. IG Police, DIG Police West and SSP West for their cooperation and sincere efforts to control the crime in the area and also supporting the SITE Association’s initiative of Crime Control Monitoring System which has been functioning 24/7 for the last more than five years. Besides 14 motorcycles have been give to police personnel for patrolling the sensitive areas. efforts are underway to increase the number of motorcycles and police force.
Sharing the figures, Jawed Bilwani informed that as per the data during Jan-Aug 2018 snatching / theft of Motorcycle; Mobile phone and Cash reports are 23, 45 and 50 respectively as compared to same period of last year reports were 221, 58 and 55 respectively which shows decrease of street crime reports by 861%, 29% and 10% respectively.
He recalled that in the past the business and industrial community, despite the huge potential of economic growth and development faced many economic hardships because previous governments were failed to provide peaceful atmosphere. Karachi is the financial, industrial and trade hub of Pakistan which contributes 53% of revenue to the national exchequer and 95% revenue for the provincial exchequer, and contributes to 40% of the total country’s exports. Hence, the first priority of the Government should be to improve and maintain law and order situation taking concrete and sustainable measures so that the wheels of industries must not slowdown.
Jawed Bilwani demanded the Government to always accord top priority to the law and order situation in the larger interest of our beloved country and its citizens. He also sought the continuous support of the Sindh Police and Rangers for smooth and effective functioning of SITE Self Security System.
For more information, contact:
S.I.T.E. Association of Industry
H-16, Textile Avenue, SITE, Karachi
Tel: +92-21-32562883, +92-21-32560705