SSP assures to resolve traffic issue, combat crimes

HYDERABAD: The Senior Superintendent of Police Hyderabad Pir Mohammad Shah has assured to resolve the issue of traffic jam and combating crimes in order to provide a secure and healthy atmosphere to the citizens particularly the business community of the historic district.

The SSP Hyderabad held out such assurance while speaking as chief guest at two separate receptions of Hyderabad Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Hyderabad Chamber of Small Traders and Small Industry here on Tuesday evening.

He informed that additional strength of Policemen had been provided to each Police Station of the district in order to ensure vigil on the activities of criminals and initiate prompt action against them. The Police have been engaged in unearthing the business of Manpuri, Gutka, drugs and other social crimes, he informed and added that the Deputy Commissioner Hyderabad is also extending his full support and cooperation in this campaign.

The SSP informed that Sindh Home Department was also providing vehicles and motorbikes which are the need to ensure effective maintenance of law and order in the district. The Police Helpline 15 is also being activated in accordance to modern need, he informed.

Pir Mohammad Shah praised the role of former SSP Hyderabad Irfan Ali Baloch in reducing the crime rate in the district and vowed to continue to combat crimes and eliminate criminals with the same spirit which witnessed during his tenure.

The SSP Hyderabad informed that effective measures had been made to ensure smooth flow of traffic on roads. A mass awareness campaign has also been planned against bike and car riding by children, he informed and added that legal action would be taken against those under age who found in this menace.

Earlier, the President HCCI Goharullah and President HCSTSI Mohammad Akram Ansari on behalf of the members of their respective chambers announced to extend full support and cooperation to police in its efforts of combating crimes and issue of traffic jams.