Low-intensity blast injures 2 Rangers in Karachi

An improvised explosives device was detonated remotely when the Rangers vehicle passed by.


Web Desk July 31, 2013
An improvised explosives device was detonated remotely when the Rangers vehicle passed by. PHOTO: EXPRESS

KARACHI: A low-intensity blast near the Manghopir Road, Karachi left two Rangers personnel injured, Express News reported on Wednesday.

The injured were immediately shifted to a hospital for medical care.

According to initial details, an improvised explosives device was detonated remotely when the Rangers vehicle passed by.

Special security arrangements have been made in the city for the mourning processions and majalis organised today on the occasion of Youm-e-Ali.

Officials of the Rapid Response Force, police commandos, the Specialised Unit of Police along with an extra contingent of police officials are deployed at sensitive locations.

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kala_bacha | 7 years ago | Reply

This news report right above the earlier report of HRCP about "rangers spreading far fear" - now I do not know how HRCP answer this? I believe rangers are doing far better job the corrupt MNA/ MPA or police.

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