Security in Karachi beefed up for Ramazan

District police will also provide security to mosques and open grounds during Taraweeh.

Web Desk July 20, 2012

KARACHI: Security has been beefed up in Karachi for the month of Ramazan to ensure that acts of violence can be curbed during the holy month, Express News reported on Friday.

According to details, around 366 police mobiles and 195 motorcycles will be on patrol, while 280 check posts have been set up. Rangers will also assist the police in maintaining peace.

District police will also provide security to mosques and open grounds during Taraweeh.

Moreover, around 270 areas have been declared sensitive.

Ramazan began in most of the Arab states today (Friday), while it is expected to begin in Pakistan on Saturday or Sunday.

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