Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah conducted a late-night and early-morning visit to various areas of Karachi following the recent lawless incidents, as reported by ARY News on Wednesday.

Asserting his commitment to maintaining peace, the Sindh CM emphasized that no one would be allowed to disrupt the law and order situation in the city. He personally inspected the security arrangements and issued necessary instructions to the administration.

"We will hold accountable those who have resorted to setting public transport vehicles on fire under the guise of protest," declared CM Shah, highlighting the government's determination to address such acts of vandalism.

"The city has been cleansed of the aftermath of the chaos, and we will deal firmly with those responsible for it," he added.

Expressing his concerns, the chief minister remarked, "While some PTI leaders are urging their workers to remain peaceful, others are instigating them to take to the streets. I urge everyone to resume their daily routines without fear, as no one will dare to obstruct them."

He further emphasized that individuals involved in damaging properties would face severe consequences.

Murtaza Wahab, the spokesperson for the Sindh government, confirmed that vehicles were set ablaze during the protests on the previous day. He highlighted CM Shah's proactive approach in visiting different areas of the city and providing instructions to address the situation effectively.

"The administration has handled the situation appropriately, and we will not allow miscreants to sow lawlessness," stated Wahab.

He also assured that a comprehensive plan had been devised to manage any protests that may occur. Recognizing the significance of Karachi as a pivotal city, he reiterated the government's commitment to maintaining a peaceful environment, free from any law and order disruptions.

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