Raid in Karachi: Rangers recover explosives, weapons from fruit crates

No one was arrested as the criminals managed to get away.


Web Desk September 23, 2013
File photo of Rangers in Karachi. PHOTO: PPI

KARACHI: Rangers recovered explosives, grenades and other weapons from fruit crates on a truck in the Old Sabzi Mandi Sakhya Ground area of Karachi on Monday, Express News reported.

No one was arrested as the criminals managed to get away.

The targeted operation in Karachi began on September 5, and since then more than 300 suspects have been arrested. The Rangers are leading the operation which, they claim, is being conducted across the city – not just in the political strongholds of one party. Separately, the police have conducted 975 raids and arrested 1,232 criminals.

These numbers do not illustrate the efficacy or success of the targeted operation under way as the law-enforcement agencies have still not raided many of the ‘no-go’ areas, including Sohrab Goth and Manghopir. These areas are ungoverned territories where law-enforcers have no writ.

The Rangers are conducting raids and apprehending criminals affiliated with political parties along with the gangsters of Lyari, only a few of them being suspected target killers and extortionists. No one accused of sectarian violence and terrorism has been caught so far.

COMMENTS (10)

Dr.A.K.Tewari | 8 years ago | Reply Such operation not only required in Karachi but in entire Pakistan . The arrested people should be interrogated to the extent so that the root of terrorism can be dug up and exposed .
SHB | 8 years ago | Reply

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