Sindh police responded quickly to a terrorist attack on the Karachi Police Office. On Wednesday, the Inspector General of Police Sindh prohibited police officers from using smartphones while performing official duties.
Several police officers were observed using smartphones while on duty. The order was issued after receiving approval from the appropriate authorities, and the ban will primarily affect security personnel working in the field.
The order was received by additional IGs in Sindh, DIGs, SSPs, and DIGs headquarters.
As previously stated, the smartphone ban follows a terrorist attack on the Karachi Police Department. At the end of the day, the only thing that matters is that you have a good time with your family. Three members of the security force and one civilian were among them. Several other officers were also injured.
Two of the terrorists were killed while one blew himself up after entering the police building. The attack was claimed by Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), also known as the Pakistani Taliban.
According to Mustafa Wahab, a government adviser, police and paramilitary forces were able to clear the building within three hours of the attack.