Banned Jund Allah claims it has ‘complete writ' in Karachi
KARACHI: Following Rangers clampdown and targeted operation against terrorist factions, a banned outfit, Jund Ullah, has warned of retaliation along with claiming it has ‘complete writ in Karachi’, ARY News reported Thursday.
Rangers personnel launched action against criminals in Ittehad Town and Muhammad Khan Colony in Karachi after being given ‘free-hand’ following high-level meeting on Karachi law and order, presided over by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday.
The operation was launched on tip-off regarding presence of terrorists belonging to banned outfits in the area. At least 12 suspects were arrested from the neighborhood and weapons of different caliber were recovered from their possession.
Over 300 Rangers personnel took part in the operation.
On the other side, Jund Allah spokesman commander Ahmed Marwat said their activists were killed and abandoned near Pak-Iran border. He said they avenged deaths of their workers killed in Karachi by attacking law enforcers on Ghulam Ahmed Khan Road in North Waziristan. We will also take revenge in Karachi, he warned.