security 2020/08/23 17:45 1,345
Baghdad Today – Basra
The Ministry of the Interior announced that Basra Police had implemented a major security campaign to pursue suspects wanted for justice throughout the province.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Interior, Major General Khaled Al-Muhanna, said in a statement that, “According to the directives of the respected Minister of Interior, Othman Al-Ghanmi, a large security force has implemented for the past three days, under supervision and field follow-up by the Basra Provincial Police Commander, Major General Abbas Naji Adam, to implement arrest warrants against wanted persons in all parts of the country.” Governorate”.
He explained that the operations resulted in “the arrest of two defendants who are wanted judicially in accordance with Article 4 of the Anti-Terrorism Law, and the arrest of 304 defendants who are wanted by court according to various criminal articles. Also 12 Kalashnikov rifles, 1 RBK rifle, 2 GC rifles and various equipment were seized.” And 3 pistols. Narcotic substances, drug abuse devices and narcotic pills were seized and referred to the judiciary to receive their fair penalty for the province. ”
“The security outcome of the emergency police regiments and the emergency police detachments also included the seizure of (1,985) wheels and (1,481) motorcycles, in violation of the rules and instructions of the Traffic Directorate, and this operation comes as part of continuous inspection campaigns aimed at establishing security and stability in the governorate.
He stressed that “the Basra province police is proceeding with law enforcement operations to reassure the citizen of the presence of security forces capable of maintaining security and striking with an iron hand for anyone who is tempted to tamper with the security and stability of the province.”
The Prime Minister visited Basra yesterday evening to find out the developments in the situation there after the escalation of assassinations against activists.
Al-Kazemi stressed during his meeting with the security and military leaders at Basra Operations Command headquarters that “our presence in Basra is exceptional, because Basra is important to us and we do not accept failures to protect its security,” noting that “outlaw groups have been trying for some time to intimidate the people of Basra, and they constitute a threat. For them and for all Iraqis. ”
He added, “You must work with all means to provide security for the people of Basra, and there are criminals who commit assassinations, but we have not seen an action equivalent to the seriousness of this crime.”
He pointed out that “loose weapons and tribal problems are unacceptable, and there must be proactive action, as transgression, lawbreaking and crime cannot be dealt with in passing.”
He noted that “the failures that occurred must be avoided, and the recent assassinations constitute a breach that we cannot tolerate.”
He stated that “there is no place for the fearful within the security services, and there is no room for fear for those who work for Iraq,” stressing that “whoever makes mistakes and who fails will not remain in his place, and he will be held accountable in accordance with disciplinary laws.”
He stressed that he “does not accept any leader who fails his work, and what happened in Basra must be a lesson and a lesson,” calling on the security forces to “uncover the criminals as soon as possible.”
He indicated, “His rejection of any form of political interference in the security work.”