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February 15, 2014
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Call for proactive steps to combat militancy

February 15, 2014

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Karachi
Citizens Trust Against Crime (CTAC) has said Pakistan is faced with an acute challenge of crime and militancy and this can be met only by measures that are proactive and institutional in nature.
In a statement issued on Friday, the CTAC, which is committed to building a peaceful, crime-free and law-abiding society, called for deweaponising Karachi and depoliticising the police. The CTAC believed that peace would remain a pipe dream unless the government took immediate action to rid the city of all categories of weapons and also allowed the police to develop into a professional force by eliminating all political interventions, said the statement.

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