KARACHI – Sindh Inspector General of Police Fayyaz Ali Leghari said that the security concerns about possible terror activity during Muharram are present in the City.  He said that police and rangers had detained ten terrorists in joint operations and these terrorists were involved in more than 47 cases of target killings. He was talking to the media after inaugurating the Digital Forensics Science Laboratory of the Sindh Police situated within the premises of Garden Police Headquarter on Wednesday. He said that the digital laboratory would prove much helpful to curb the cyber crime and all the crimes related to computers and cell phones, adding that it would also helpful to investigate and curb the targeted killing incidents. Rupees 40 million grant was given to the police department about one-and-half-year-ago under the Access to Justice Programme funded by Asian Development Bank for utilising the procurement of forensic equipment, the hiring of experts and the training of police personnel. Two similar facilities also set up in Larkana and Hyderabad.He said that the Sindh Police aims to providing equality of service delivery to the community in prevention and detection of crime and maintenance of law and order, adding that it is committed to the principles of justice, equality, integrity, fairness and respect for human rights and law-enforcement in conformity with international norms and best practices. However, forensic division chief AIG Munir Sheikh said that the lab has four basic units – fingerprints, vehicle examination, ballistics/firearms and questioned documents, adding that digital forensics is the forensic investigation of devices capable of storing digital data, the purpose of which is to extract the digital data from such devices in order to assist in the investigation and prosecution of crime, and or to be used as evidence in the court of law. Data can be recovered even if deleted from the computer or cell phone. He said that Integrated Ballistic Identification System (IBIS) would prove helpful for investigators to trace the groups involved in the targeted killing cases. Various senior retired and serving officers and Australian Federal Police’s representative were also presented at the occasion.