KARACHI: Sindh Home Department will take action against the security company that had provided its services to former MNA Ali Raza Abidi who was killed in an attack on Tuesday, December 25.
Provincial Home Secretary Qazi Kabeer has said that the government will take action against the security company on police report.
He disclosed in a statement that 260 security companies have been registered in the province and only 50 of these registered security firms meet satisfactory standards.
It means only less than 20 percent ratio of the security companies could provide services to the clients and 80 percent fleecing their customers without providing proper security.
The personal security guards of Ali Raza Abidi were untrained to use arms and were provided defective weapon and only five cartridges, police report said.
The security guard of Abidi who was present during the attack, informed the police that he failed in opening fire despite loading the chamber of the weapon repeatedly.
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