Sindh increases security budget by 10%

Staff Report

KARACHI -- The Sindh government allocated Rs. 92.9 billion ($877 million) for security in its fiscal-year 2017-18 budget, Dawn reported Tuesday (June 6).

The amount for security represents a 10% increase from last year, said Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah Monday (June 5) to the Provincial Assembly.

The Sindh government plans to recruit 10,000 more police officers in the next financial year, he said.

It also plans to establish a forensic lab, intelligence school and data centre, he added.

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Hafeezullah | 08-11-2017

I love sindh police

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