Extension of rangers powers among other decisions by Sindh Government

Express May 22, 2010

KARACHI: The government has announced that there will be a complete ban on the display of weapons, flags and banners in Karachi.

Interior Minister Rehman Malik and Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah chaired a meeting attended by law enforecement officials on Saturday.

The decision to extend rangers powers for three more months was taken during the meeting. It was also decided that one thousand elite force personnel along with police.

The meeting decided that SHOs who manage to arrest people involved in target killings would be promoted and a Rs 10 million reward was also announced for those who provide information about elements involved in target killings.


Sultan Ahmed | 13 years ago | Reply Look, we have to face our enemies, spreading everywhere in the country, there is unity among them. We should decided to face them, it is our national duty to save our sovereignty at any cost, differences must be removed,put them all aside and stand against common enemy who want to create unrest, who want to kill innocent people so that it may ignite the situation, fulfillment their desire impossible, we are nothing without Pakistan,it is our soul and we can not live without soul.
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