Attack on Rangers: 2.5 mln head money announced for arrest of culprits
A Rangers spokesman in a statement announced Rs 2.5 million bounty for those who will assist the law enforcement agency to identify and capture the terrorists involved in an attack, which claimed the lives of four Rangers personnel.
The names of the informants will be kept secret. People can inform the Rangers on the helpline 1101, the spokesman further said.
Armed motorbike riders opened fire on a van of Rangers in Ittehad Town area of Karachi’s Baldia Town near a mosque leaving four personnel dead.
Moreover, Rangers personnel in two surgical operations today, arrested five suspected militants from Azam Basti and Frontier Colony, with weapons.