Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Saturday said that law and orders has improved in the port city. The chief minister said this while chairing a high-level session to review the law and order of the province. He said that Karachi was ranked at 93rd in the global crime index in February 2020 while it was at 6th position in 2014. “Karachi had been ranked sixth among 374 cities of the world in 2014, rising to 71st in 2018 and at the end of 2019. It further improved to 88th in January 2020, and is now 93rd on the index as of the start of February,” Murad Ali Shah told the meeting. He directed concerned officials to expedite work on the Karachi Safe City Project. He said that Rs10 billion have been allocated for the installation of 10,000 CCTV cameras under the safe city project. He directed officials to expedite work on the project and complete the installation of cameras as soon as possible. “Safe City Project is very important for Karachi in order to keep an eye on the mobility of citizens,” said Murad Ali Shah and directed Sindh IGP Mushtaq Mehar to control street crime in the city. He added that 47,199 personnel of security agencies will be deployed for the security of Rabi-ul-Awwal processions. Murad Ali Shah directed law enforcement agencies to finalise fool-proof security arrangements for the processions of Rabi-ul-Awwal across Sindh. Sindh police briefed the meeting regarding the installation of 10,000 cameras in Karachi. It is worth mentioning here that in 2018, Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah had announced to set up a safe city project in Karachi to keep an eye on the mobility of citizens and vehicular traffic.