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Victims Of Street Crime In Karachi To Receive Free Phones, Motorcycles

Victims Of Street Crime In Karachi To Receive Free Phones, Motorcycles.

Sindh Governor Kamran Tessori has announced the distribution of complimentary motorcycles and phones to individuals who have fallen victim to street crimes in Karachi. In the previous year alone, Karachi reported nearly 1,700 stolen motorcycles, emphasizing the prevalent issue of street crime in the city.

Governor Tessori outlined the eligibility criteria, stating that individuals seeking these incentives should present the original First Information Reports (FIRs) along with their Computerized National Identity Cards (CNICs) at the Governor House. Upon verification, eligible recipients will be provided with new motorcycles and cellphones.

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Addressing the broader context, Tessori highlighted the collective responsibility of addressing national challenges. He emphasized that if each individual contributes their part, national problems can be effectively tackled. The governor of Sindh acknowledged the existing difficulties faced by the public and assured that efforts are underway to address and resolve these issues.

This initiative not only aims to provide practical assistance to the victims of street crimes but also reflects a commitment to addressing the broader societal challenges in Karachi. By offering tangible support, such as motorcycles and phones, the government seeks to alleviate some of the hardships faced by individuals who have experienced the impact of street crimes in the city.