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Pak Army lauds forces, citizens for Karachi’s jump from 6th to 70th rank in WCI list

The Pakistan Army on Monday lauded the citizens and the security forces of Karachi after the port city’s ranking in the World Crime Index Comparison improved from 6th place to 70th.
In a tweet, Director-General Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Major General Asif Ghafoor said Karachi has now left behind many first world cities behind in terms of crime safety.

Karachi at one point in time (2014) was 6th in World Crime Index. Alhamdulillah, today it’s at 70th with many first world cities behind. Credit to team of Civil Administration & Security Forces esp Int, Police & Sindh Rangers. Also to the citizens of Karachi. More stability IA. pic.twitter.com/8ghw1VptCn
— Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor (@OfficialDGISPR) April 22, 2019
The list compares crime rate in various cities around the world like New Delhi, Houston, Dhaka and Sao Paulo ahead of Karachi in terms of crime ranking.
Since the Karachi operation, jointly conducted by the Sindh Rangers and the police, began in September 2013, the law and order situation in the port city has considerably improved, claims a progress report submitted by the Sindh Rangers.
The index was carried by Numbeo.