Abid Aziz,


Master of Business Administration Executive

Faculty / School

Faculty of Business Administration (FBA)

Year of Award


Project Type

MBA Executive Research Project

Access Type

Restricted Access

Executive Summary

The ever increasing crime rates with incursion of No-Go Areas within the province have raised many questions on the efficiency/ efficacy of law enforcement agencies specially Sindh Police. The question arises that why our institutes are so weak to tackle this internally nourishing menace. Is it by default or by design? Is there a way out? Is Sindh police being politicized and is it working for some personal gains? What are the strength and weaknesses of Sindh police? Can Pakistan Army reverse these problems by making use of its best HR practices?

In order to find the answers to these questions, a detailed study has been carried out making use of primary and secondary means. In secondary research, all possible literature has been consulted, in which maximum writers were found highlighting the weak areas of Sindh police and few were found suggesting solution to these possible questions. In primary research a questionnaire was developed and floated to 100 people of the society from different walks of life, having main emphasis on restructuring of Sindh police. For these purpose students of IBA, civilians, Army officials and police officials/ senior officers were consulted for their unbiased opinion

During the research a lot of weaknesses and strengths of Sindh police were highlighted which are discussed at length. The data collected from various resources have been correlated in one of the chapter and various deductions have been derived from them. Basing on these deductions, certain recommendations have been made. Mostly the recommendations are based on hard facts, some of which may not be highlighted here due to secrecy of the data.

It is recommended that the study may further be carried out on changing the mindset of police, because the roots of failure emanate from here, despite concerted efforts of high officials.



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