Rangers term Sindh police ad ‘conspiracy against peace’

KARACHI: Pakistan Rangers Sindh has strongly reacted to the advertisement published in newspapers by Sindh police and termed it a ‘conspiracy against peace’, ARY News reported.

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According to details, the advertisement published by Sindh police seeking public help for tracing missing people allegedly picked up by ‘unknown Rangers men’ turned the situation tensed on Wednesday.

In reaction to the advertisement, a Rangers spokesperson said in a statement that the contents of advertisement were based on lies and it was a planned effort to blemish performance of the paramilitary force.


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“The ad was published with a purpose to affect Karachi Operation and that the Rangers reserve right of litigation against false propaganda,” read the statement.

On the other hand, CM Sindh Qaim Ali Shah also termed it a conspiracy to create misunderstandings between police and Rangers.

Yesterday, DSP Orangi Fakharul Islam issued advertisement in local dailies seeking assistance from general public in tracing six missing persons allegedly picked up by ‘unknown Rangers personnel’ from Orangi Town.

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Rangers term Sindh police ad ‘conspiracy against peace’

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