Rangers to remain in Karachi till complete peace: PM

LAHORE: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday made it clear that the paramilitary rangers will remain in Karachi as long as complete peace is not restored in the metropolis, ARY News reported.

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The prime minister was talking to media persons in Lahore.

Replying a question about the Karachi operation, Nawaz Sharif said that the city has witnessed marked improvement in the law and order.

To a question, Nawaz Sharif said the country has been put on the path of economic self-reliance. He said foreign reserves stand at over 21 billion dollars. Inflation rate is downing by two percent and all economic indicators showing positive results.

He said Pakistan’s economic performance has also been acknowledged by the world institutions and claimed significat reduction in power outages in the country.

Replying a question, the prime minister said that the matters between Pakistan and India were moving in the right direction. He regretted the Pathankot incident disturbed the dialogue process.

On another question, he said the terrorists are now carrying out isolated acts to make their presence felt. He vowed to eliminate the remnants of terrorism with an effective strategy.

He stressed the need for accelerating implementation of some clauses of the National Action Plan.

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Rangers to remain in Karachi till complete peace: PM

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