He said that the crimes have decreased and with the passage of time the crime will gradually overcome.
While addressing a meeting of all DIGs, SSPs, SPs, SDPOs and SHOs of the city at the Karachi Arts Council, Shahid Hayat said he had never claimed the crime in Karachi had come to an end; however, its rate has declined.
He said the police personnel, who are performing better in Karachi operation, are being awarded with prizes.
Shahid Hayat Khan stressed upon the need of a continuous operation in Karachi to purge Pakistan’s economic hub of criminal elements.
“A durable operation is necessary for a durable peace in Karachi,” he said.
He told his officers that those who performed well would be rewarded and those found negligent would face the music.
The AIG claimed progress in the investigation being carried out into the murder of Shia leader Allama Didar Jalbani who was assassinated in the city earlier this month.
He claimed that the security officials who served their duty with responsibility will be appreciated whereas strict action will be taken against officers who were negligent in their work.
He also said that the crackdowns were held without discrimination.
Shahid Hayat Khan further added that developments were made in the investigation of Dr. Didar Jalbani murder case.
He distributed cash prizes and certificates amongst officers during the ceremony.