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22 suspects arrested during the Rangers operation in different areas


Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

29th Nov, 2019. 10:42 pm
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Sindh Rangers arrested 22 suspects in different areas of Karachi.

According to spokesperson Sindh Rangers, Rangers arrested the accused Mohammad Asif in the area of ​​Saddar.

The suspect, Muhammad Asif, is involved in several extortion cases in the area.

In addition, Rangers arrested 18 accused in the areas of Al-Falah, Korangi Industrial Area, Gulshan-e-Maymar, Sharifabad, Saeedabad, Zaman Town, Baldia Town, Garden, Jackson and Ferozabad.

The arrested suspects include Syed Haider, Mohammad Raza, Ashfaq, Mohammad Farhan, Mohammad Naeem alias Naeem 15, Mohammad Sohail, Hazrat Gul alias Lala, Atiqullah, Umair, Waqas alias Wah Wah, Ashfaq Aliyas Kumari, Mohsin Ali Alias Mohsen Kachori, Mohammad Faraz Ali Fahad, Rasgheer Ahmad alias Chanda, Abdul Waheed, Hamid, Shahzad, Mohammad Harris and Shoaib Khan.

According to the spokesperson of Sindh Rangers, the arrested accused are involved in robbery, possessing illegal arms, drug trafficking, robbery and numerous offenses of street crime.

Rangers arrested three more suspects in the Jackson and Ferozabad areas. The arrested suspects include Zohaib Ali, Mukhtar Ahmed and Adil Ahmed.

The suspects are involved in street crime and drug trafficking in the area, illegal arms, ammunition, smuggled goods and drugs were also recovered from the possession of the accused.

Spokesperson Sindh Rangers clarified that all the accused have been handed over to the police for legal proceedings.

Earlier, Sindh Rangers arrested 10 suspects in different areas of the city.

Rangers said the Rangers arrested 4 suspects in Rangers operation in Mirpur, Saudabad and Chakiwara areas.

In addition, Rangers arrested three suspects in the Baghdadi, Civil Line and Dax areas while Rangers arrested three suspects in Gadap area.

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