Karachi -Additional Inspector General of Police (AIG) Karachi Ghulam Nabi Memon said that most of the road offenders captured by police have been discharged on safeguard, a day after a writer Athar Mateen was shot dead whereas standing up to a theft bid.
While talking to media some time recently the ultimate ceremonies of the writer, AIG Karachi said that the police have secured 12,000 hoodlums included in street wrongdoing exercises within the city. He, be that as it may, lamented that 7,800 of them were allowed safeguards and discharged by the courts.
“No one presently knows what those discharged on safeguard are doing nowadays,” he said and included, “the police are working with the government to bargain with the road wrongdoing incidents.”
Senior TV journalist Athar Mateen martyr in Karachi
The memorial service supplications of writer Athar Mateen, who was shot dead by burglars in Karachi’s North Nazimabad, was advertised on Saturday afternoon. Mateen’s memorial service supplications were held at Clifton’s Al-Siddiqui mosque at 2pm. He will be laid to rest at the Yaseenabad graveyard.
President Dr. Arif Alvi, Sindh Governor Imran Ismail, the journalist’s family individuals, and pioneers of different political parties gone to the funeral.
Mateen, who was working with a private news channel as senior maker, was shot dead close the Five Star Chowrangi within the harbour city’s North Nazimabad for obstructing a burglary Friday.