KARACHI: Though declared an outlaw in October 2011, the Uzair Jan Baloch led People’s Amn Committee of Lyari and its gangsters have successfully escaped the police’s wrath, official documents tell.
People’s Amn Committee (Lyari), which enjoyed overt blessing of the ruling Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) before 10 October 2010 and then alleged covert support of its men and ministers onwards, is listed as a banned organization at serial number 31 in a police report, a copy of which is available to The Frontier Post.
However, when the same report prepared by Inspector General Sindh Police, Ghulam Haider Jamali, shows the police performance in reference with action against outlaw, the name of PAC misses.
According to report the police have killed 780 criminals, arrested 1417 target killers, 490 terrorists, 463 extortionists and 18232 others criminals during the 508 days of surgical operation in Karachi.
The report by Sindh police chief said that 84 members of the banned organizations were arrested whereas 139 were killed by police from 5 September 2013 to 24th January 2015.
“Two members of Al Qaeda, 131 militants of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, 3 terrorists of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, one of Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan, 2 of Sipah-e-Muhammad Pakistan were killed” the reports stated.
The police performance against banned outfits shows that 29 members of Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, 7 of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, 14 of Sipah-e-Sahaba Pakistan, 7 of Imamia Student Organization and 7 of Sipah-e-Muhammad Pakistan have been arrested.
The police’s official performance shows no major action against the gang now enjoying covert support of the ruling PPP and one of its sitting minister.
On the contrary Rangers in 675 raids at Lyari have killed 612 members of the People’s Amn committee and arrested 491 of the group.
Sardar Uzair Jan Baloch, head of the People’s Amn Committee was arrested by Interpol in UEA but is not being handed over to Pakistan yet.
A Dubai court on last hearing had termed the evidences presented by Pakistan officials insufficient for granting him to Pakistan.
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