KARACHI: Director General Sindh Rangers Major General Iftikhar Hassan Chaudhary said on Monday that Pakistan is not as bad it is portrayed in the international media.
Maj Gen Chaudhary, while speaking at Dow University in an event to mark the International Day Against Drug Abuse, told the participants about the incident that happened to the Pakistani family in Canada as well as another criminal incident.
“If incidents like those that happened in Canada happened in Karachi, it would have been declared the world’s dangerous city,” said the DG Rangers. The head of the paramilitary force said that Sharmeen Obaid Chinoy’s Oscar-winning film “Saving Face” was made after three incidents of acid attacks were reported in the country. He then compared the situation in Pakistan with London, saying that more than 800 incidents of acid attacks were reported in the British capital yet no film was made and neither did the media report on it.