KARACHI Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Sunday announced to establish 'Shuhada Fund for the law-enforcement agencies, police and Rangers personnel. He said this at a high-level meeting held here at the Chief Ministers House to review the law and order situation in Sindh, particularly in Karachi. The meeting was co-chaired by Interior Minister Rehman Malik. Sindh Rangers and police were directed in the meeting to increase their patrolling in Karachi, while action will continue with full force against the criminals. Malik assured the DG Rangers that none of the facilities or privileges given to the personnel of the Rangers were being taken back. It is, however, our utmost endeavour that efforts should be made by the Rangers that they fulfil all the responsibilities with full dedication, he said. The meeting also directed the IG police Sindh to enhance the community interaction and flag marches within the troubled areas, which should be made as a regular feature, while patrolling should be increased in the troubled areas. Chief Minister Sindh also appreciated the efforts of Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik for his active role and support in terms of intelligence and the availability of Sindh Rangers to the Government of Sindh for maintaining of law and order situation. The meeting was given briefing on PNS Mehran and Saudi Consulate incidents and satisfaction was shown on the progress of both the incidents. Inspector General Police Sindh was instructed to complete the investigation as early as possible. The meeting also appreciated the professional work done by Sindh Rangers and Sindh Police and appreciated the sacrifices given by Rangers and police for maintaining of law and order in Karachi. It was observed that one incident by individuals of Sindh Rangers should not be generalised and strength of Sindh Rangers should not be hit by one incident. The meeting also observed that there were some misreporting in the media, and some certain irresponsible statements from some quarters against Sindh Rangers.