KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali Shah visited City Court’s complex to have a first hand review of security arrangement at Pakistan’s biggest court complex. He was briefed by the Karachi City Police Chief Iqbal Mahar about steps taken to secure the premises visited by thousands of litigants, lawyers and under trial prisoners.

CM Sindh issued instructions to plug the gaps and for more steps to provide fool proof security particularly to lawyers. He also ordered to prevent entry of unwarranted visitors.

Director General Sindh Rangers, Major General Bilal Akbar also visited SHC before noon and called on senior most judges as Chief Justice Sindh Sajjad Ali Shah has proceeded on leave to perform Hajj. He discussed more measured for tightening the security at SHC premises. He also called on the leaders of Sindh Bar Council and Sindh High Court Bar Association to express solidarity and to share grief over demise of dozens of lawyers in Quetta blast.

Reports reaching from all the district and divisional headquarters having courts complexes, lawyers observed a black day to mourn death of 29 lawyers in Quetta carnage. They held protest meetings and while expressing anguish, sorrow and grief over irreparable loss to the community demanded of the government to expose the anti-state, anti-Pakistan elements and  to bust network of foreign agencies targeting CPEC project.