Jamaat-e-Islami to Stage Protests Outside SSP Offices Against Rising Armed Robberies in Karachi



Karachi, April 19 –

In response to the escalating incidents of armed robberies and the tragic loss of precious lives in the city. Jamaat-e-Islami has announced that it will hold protest demonstrations. Outside all Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) offices. And other high-ranking police officials’ offices in Karachi on April 20th at 5 PM.


This move comes as a reaction to the increasing number of armed thefts and muggings. The protests aim to record a strong objection on behalf of Karachites. People of Karachi demand immediate action to enhance security and curb the criminal activities that have been plaguing the city.

Key figures Jamat e Islami


Key figures from Jamaat-e-Islami, including. Vice Presidents Saifuddin Advocate and Muslim Parvez, will address the protests. At the SSP Office New Town and SSP Office East, respectively. Additionally, the demonstrations will be led by other prominent members of the political party. Including Farooq Naimatullah, Amir of District Gulberg Central, at SSP Office Central; Muhammad Islam, Amir of District Malir, and Farhan Faroo. Member of Sindh Assembly, at SSP Office Malir; Fazal Ahad, Amir of District Keamari, at SSP Office Keamari; Abdul Razzaq Khan, Amir of District SITE West, at SSP Office SITE. Mudassir Hussein Ansari, Amir of District West, at SSP Office West; Safiyan Dilawar, Secretary of District South, at SSP Office South; and Jawad Shoaib, Vice Amir of District South, at SSP Office City.

Jamaat-e-Islami is calling upon the citizens of Karachi to join the demonstrations in a show of solidarity and to voice their concerns over the deteriorating law and order situation. The party leaders are expected to present a series of demands to the police authorities, seeking not only a crackdown on the rampant criminal activities but also a comprehensive strategy to prevent such incidents in the future.

The party has expressed grave concern over the recent spike in violent crimes and has criticized the law enforcement agencies for their inability to protect the citizens. The protests are a part of Jamaat-e-Islami’s efforts to advocate for the safety and security of the residents of Karachi and to hold the authorities accountable for their responsibilities.

Citizens are looking forward to the response from the police department and the subsequent actions that will be taken to ensure a safer environment in one of Pakistan’s largest and most bustling cities.

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