Karachi Rangers arrest suicide bomber, 10 suspects from no-go area

Security forces raid Manghopir and seize a huge amount of arms, threatening pamphlets.

Web Desk July 05, 2013
Security forces raid Manghopir and seize a huge amount of arms. PHOTO: FILE

KARACHI: Eleven suspects, including a suicide bomber, were arrested during a search operation in Karachi’s Manghopir area on Friday, Express News reported.

The search operation, conducted by Rangers in collaboration with area police, lasted for several hours.

During the raid, Rangers officers seized a huge amount of arms, a few motorcycles, a monitor, mobile phones and threatening pamphlets.

One of the pamphlets warned women against visiting marketplaces.

According to initial investigations, the suicide bomber had reached Karachi from North Waziristan yesterday.

Security officers said all the arrested suspects belonged to banned outfits.

Around 1,500 Rangers officers took part in the operation, which was conducted on a tip off.


a.khan | 8 years ago | Reply

...Mushi bhai will never come out [or get a bail, maybe he is too honest], them terrorists shall be out [on bail] in 10 days? correct me if I'm wrong, please. Long Live Pakistan, but for how long? So how many of these terrorists have been convicted after 2008?

I salute our Armed Forces and I am ready to arm myself if need be.

Today, Egypt is an example for us, The Brotherhood of Islam [read AL-Quaida affiliate] has been ousted, why? its all too clear.

kanwal | 8 years ago | Reply

Why dont the police show the faces of these scums? This way we ll know where do they cone from and even their families would know. It would be much better for us to alienate them.

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