Karachi Police has warned of taking strict action against those involved in aerial firing on New Year night.
Strict action will be taken against those who are found involved in one-wheeling, silencer less bikes and aerial firing on New Year night.
Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Pir Mohammad told the journalists that above 3,200 police personnel will be deployed along the coastal areas in Karachi.
Moreover, there will be complete ban on swimming in the sea, one-wheeling and aerial firing on New Year night.
Meanwhile, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah chaired a high-level meeting to finalize a comprehensive security plan to deal with those involved in hooliganism, aerial firing, fireworks and one-wheeling on New Year night.
The chief minister was informed that 4,000 police personnel will be deployed in Karachi’s South district to maintain peace in the metropolis city. He was briefed that strict security measures will be taken across the city to avoid any untoward incident.
CM Sindh Murad Ali Shah urged the new year revelers to avoid wheelie and other stunts on the new year eve and directed the police to take prompt action against anyone found indulged in aerial firing, one-wheeling or riding motorcycles without silencers.