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Cops' failure pushed for Rangers' action in Karachi: Imran

PESHAWAR: Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Imran Khan Saturday said that the police could do nothing in Karachi, this is why the authorities had to seek Rangers’ assistance in the metropolis, ARY News reported.

He was talking to media after inspecting the Command and Control System at the Central Police Office, Peshawar.

The PTI chief once again accused Nawaz-league of casting 7 million fake votes in the Elections 2013.

“Police in Karachi is capable of doing nothing, this is why Rangers assistance was sought to restore peace and law and order in the metropolis,” he said.

Khan said that the KP Police is free from any kind of political interference, and all transfers and appointments are purely made on professional basis.

Earlier upon his arrival at the Central Police Office, Peshawar, the IG KP Police gave a detailed briefing to Imran Khan on how main thoroughfares and sensitive places of the provincial capital will be monitored, through the newly-established Command and Control System.

Later, the PTI chairman laid a floral wreath on the monument of police martyrs.

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