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Crimes in dark streets...By Omer

19 December, 2013

The street crime ratio in different sectors in Islamabad is increasing by the day, which is very dangerous for the citizens of Islamabad. Various factors help the criminals one of which is the absence of streetlights in many sectors of Islamabad. They are not in working condition and lead to crimes such as mobile snatching, motorcycle snatching and purse snatching. Many people have lost their lives. The Capital Development Authority (CDA) is also responsible for these crimes. The CDA should concentrate and take action to provide safety to the citizens of Islamabad. By taking such actions, the street crime ratio will decrease.

OMER FAIZAN
Islamabad

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