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  • Rangers consider legal action against ad about 'unknown Rangers'

    KARACHI: Sindh Rangers spokesman said on Wednesday that the paramilitary force “has every right to adopt legal course against the elements involved in tarnishing its image among masses”...

    “There is absolutely no truth in these advertisements and Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, is contemplating to take legal action against those behind the publication,” he said...

  • Rangers did not raid Farooq Sattar's residence, clarifies DG Rangers

    KARACHI: Director General (DG) Rangers Major General Bilal Akbar on Tuesday clarified that the paramilitary force did not raid the house of MQM leader Dr Farooq Sattar, after the media reported that Rangers personnel had surrounded Sattar’s home in PIB Colony area of the metropolis...

    Rangers personnel, however, did carry out a search operation in PIB Colony, in the areas adjacent to Sattar’s residence on a tip-off about the presence...

  • 51 stolen vehicles recovered in 'largest ever' operation in Pakistan: Sindh Rangers

    Sector Commander Sachal Rangers revealed on Saturday that 51 stolen vehicles have been recovered in a province-wide operation, which he termed the "largest" in the country's history...

    Sector Commander Brigadier Naseem, flanked by Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) East Irfan Baloch, said that the police and Rangers arrested two individuals — Qazi Muneeb Ahmed Siddiqui and Mohammad Shiraz — with weapons and a stolen vehicle during...

  • Sindh PA yet to discuss extension in powers to Rangers

    KARACHI: The government resolution seeking an extension in the Rangers stay and policing powers in Sindh could not be taken up in Thursday’s session of the Sindh Assembly as the house after offering Fateha for PPP MPA Jameel Ahmad Bhurgari was adjourned till Friday...

    45am with Speaker Agha Siraj Durrani in the chair, after administering the oath to Jam Madad Ali and recently elected member to the assembly from PS-67 Noor Ahmad...

  • Centre, Sindh bury hatchet over Rangers’ powers

    KARACHI / ISLAMABAD: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah approved on Monday a summary that would grant a 90-day extension to special powers of Rangers under the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA)...

    The decision was conveyed to Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Monday evening when he called the CM and asked him to extend the period of special powers for Rangers so that the ongoing targeted operation in Karachi could move on...

  • Sindh Assembly adopts resolution seeking to curtail Rangers’ powers

    KARACHI: The Sindh Assembly on Wednesday passed a resolution asking for checks and conditions on Rangers’ special powers to raid and arrest suspects...

    Sindh Home Minister Sohail Anwar Sial presented the resolution on the critical issue of Rangers’ powers on the floor of the Sindh Assembly, amid chants and slogans by opposition members...

  • PM orders Nisar to visit Sindh, sort out standoff on Rangers: Qaim

    ISLAMABAD: Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah's visit to Islamabad to resolve the conflict with the centre over Rangers' powers in Sindh culminated with the premier directing Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali to visit Sindh to 'sort out' the outstanding issue on Rangers' powers, said Shah...

    The chief minister insisted that the conditions placed on Rangers' powers by the Sindh government were not 'unreasonable,' adding that the DG...

  • Attack on MQM's Khawaja Izhar attempt to discredit police, LEAs: Sindh Rangers

    The Sindh Rangers, during a press conference on Sunday, shared footage of the September 2 attack on MQM Pakistan leader Khawaja Izharul Hassan, which took place in Karachi's Buffer Zone area, and said that the attack was a "grave conspiracy to discredit police and law enforcement agencies"...

    Hassan, who is the leader of the opposition in the Sindh Assembly, had escaped unhurt in the attack that took place on the first day of Eidul...

  • Establishment has not supported any particular political party, clarifies DG Rangers Sindh

    Sindh Rangers Director General Maj Gen Muhammad Saeed on Monday clarified that the military establishment has not supported any particular political party in Karachi and that the armed forces had no part to play in the formation of alliance or the subsequent breakup between Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) and Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP)...

    Talking to Dunya TV, the DG Rangers said that the establishment had nothing to do with the merger...

  • Sindh Rangers XI lift district hockey title in style

    KARACHI: History was created when Sindh Rangers XI carved out a 2-1 victory over District West in a well-fought final to win the maiden DG Rangers Sindh Inter-district hockey league at the Karachi Hockey Association (KHA) Sports Complex on Tuesday...

    The hurriedly raised Rangers XI which included a couple of guest players, besides regular employees, delighted the DG Rangers Sindh Maj Gen Mohammad Saeed by winning the top honours... ...

  • High-profile Sindh personalities involved in terror funding, claims DG Rangers

    KARACHI: Pakistan Rangers Sindh has recommended a crackdown on terror-funding activities across Karachi, in which the law-enforcing agency claims several influential personalities of Sindh are directly involved...

    The director general (DG) of Rangers Sindh, Major General Bilal Akbar, had recently briefed the apex committee on terrorism-funding activities in Karachi, highlighting the involvement of several high-profile personalities in...

  • Sindh govt forms committee to probe Rangers 'terror-funding' claims

    KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah constituted a three-member task force on Saturday to examine the report given by Rangers about the alleged generation of terror-funding in the metropolis through unlawful means...

    Earlier, in the meeting of Sindh apex committee on June 4, the Rangers had given a detailed presentation that terror financing was done through collection of extortion money, land grabbing, China cutting and...

  • Khursheed advises Sindh Rangers chief to avoid interference in political matters

    SUKKUR: Senior Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, also the Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly, has rejected the Sindh Rangers’ claim about the involvement of influential political leaders in the smuggling of Iranian oil and narcotics into the country...

    He repeated his party’s stance on the Rangers’ claim while talking to the media at the residence of MNA Mir Aijaz Hussain Jakhrani after the...

  • Rare unity in Sindh PA over praise for police, Rangers after breakthrough

    KARACHI: The Sindh Assembly on Thursday unanimously passed a resolution showering security forces particularly the Sindh police with praise over making a swift breakthrough by arresting four of a bigger group of the May 13 Safoora carnage suspects...

    The resolution, moved by Nusrat Sultana of the Pakistan Peoples Party, was supported by lawmakers across the divide...

  • Sindh CM warns Rangers against acting beyond authority

    KARACHI: A letter issued from the office of Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Wednesday accused Pakistan Rangers Sindh of acting beyond its mandate and termed the paramilitary force's current role as “unacceptable”...

    In the letter addressed to DG Rangers, a copy of which is available with Dawn, the Sindh CM House alleged that officials of the Karachi Building Control Authority and Lines Area Development Project were harassed...

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