130 lives lost in Karachi due to street crime incidents this year

 130 lives lost in Karachi due to street crime incidents this year

130 lives lost in Karachi due to street crime incidents this year

In Sindh, the government’s claims remained just claims as street crime continued in Karachi and authorities were occupied with only making statements since this year began. The Citizens-Police Liaison Committee and Police record has revealed the truth behind the government and police claims.

In addition, Last year, the daily rate of street crime was 240, while this year, it has increased to 247. Robbers have claimed the lives of 130 citizens, injuring more than 600, in contrast to the government’s assertions that efforts to curb crime are yielding results.

According to the CPLC, so far over 82,632 street crime incidents have recorded this year. The year 2023 has passed, but control over crime has not achieved in Karachi, while an increase has observed in cases of murder and robbery.

In Karachi, a total of 619 people have reported murdered in the current year so far, according to police reports and data compiled by newspapers. Only in 2023, dacoits took the lives of 130 citizens while over 6,00 people injured resisting robberies, as per the reports. In 2022, the daily rate of street crime was 240, which has increased to 247 in 2023, according to the CPLC report.

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About street crime, August has proven to be the worst, with 8207 incidents of crime reported. The recorded crime incidents include mobile phone snatching, car theft, motorcycle theft, and other thefts.

In January 2023, a total of 7,249 street crime incidents recorded, with the victims deprived of 2,379 mobile phones, 227 cars, and 4,643 motorbikes.

Furthermore, In February, 6,798 incidents reported, with the victims deprived of 2,255 mobile phones, 163 cars, and 4,380 motorbikes.

In March, 7,822 incidents reported, with the victims deprived of 2,577 mobile phones, 188 cars, and 5,057 motorbikes.

7,287 incidents reported in April, with the victims deprived of 2,253 mobile phones, 161 cars, and 4,873 motorbikes.

In May, 7,845 incidents reported, with the victims deprived of 2,472 mobile phones, 165 cars, and 5,208 motorbikes.

7,141 incidents reported in June, with the victims deprived of 2,200 mobile phones, 193 cars, and 4,748 motorbikes

In July, 7,162 incidents reported, with the victims deprived of 2,092 mobile phones, 158 cars, and 4,912 motorbikes.

8,207 incidents reported in August, with victims deprived of 2,582 mobile phones, 231 cars and 5,394 motorbikes.

In September, 8,070 incidents reported, with victims deprived of 2464 mobile phones, 207 cars, and 5399.

7,866 incidents reported in October, with victims deprived of 2446, 207 cars and 5213 motorcycles.

In November 7,185 incidents reported, with victims deprived of 2272, 189 cars and 4724 motorcycles.

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