Central Prison Karachi
An outer view of Central Prison Karachi, Pakistan
|Managed by||Government of Sindh,|
|Warden||Superintendent: Nusrat Hussain Mangan, ( Former DIG / DE-promoted from DIG )|
Central Prison Karachi is a prison in the city of Karachi in Sindh, Pakistan. It houses more than 6,000 prisoners including convicted terrorists that include militants who attempted to assassinate President of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf.
Fine Arts School
The Fine arts school is being established in the prison in 2007 and a teacher Sikandar Ali Jogi was hired to teach the prisoners the art education to make them a useful citizens. 
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