KARACHI: Chief Minister Sindh, Syed Qaim Ali Shah has said that elements involved in terrorist attack on community bus in Karachi would not be spared at any cost and a committee has been formed to probe the tragic incident.
Talking to media persons here on Wednesday after inquiring about the health of the injured of the terrorist attack, Syed Qaim Ali Shah said that the committee formed for interrogating the terror attack on Ismaili community killing 45 people besides leaving several others injured will submit a report within three days.
He said that DSP and SHO concerned have been suspended after the incident for showing slackness in their responsibilities.
The CM Sindh claimed that a banned terror outfit is involved in this dastardly incident.
He said Sindh has a population of six million, whose security responsibility lies with the government.
Qaim Ali Shah reiterated, “We will not spare terrorists and bring them to book.”
The CM Sindh said that police and Rangers were not behind in discharging their responsibilities by any means.