KAMOKE/LAHORE: Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif Saturday said that a massive crackdown against weapons would be started soon in order to improve the law and order situation in the province.
The chief minister along with Rana Sannullah and speaker Punjab Assembly visited Kamoke for condolence with the family of slain MPA Rana Shamshad. He said that deweaponisation was essential for restoration of peace in the province.
He said that the law enforcement agencies have made arrests in connection with the murder of PML-N MPA and further suspects would be rounded up soon.
Sharif condoled with the family of Rana Shamshad and termed his assassination a big loss.
Meanwhile, Lahore police arrested an Indian national from Ghalib market of provincial capital and recovered a fake identity card.
According to Superintendent Police (SP) of Model Town Area, police arrested a man who is an Indian national living in Pakistan since 25 years. "We recovered a fake identity card of Pakistan from him. His name is mentioned as Abdul Ghafoor on the card," SP Model Town added.