Rangers arrest four suspects in Karachi
KARACHI: Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, on Sunday claimed to have arrested at least five suspects allegedly involved in street crimes, robberies and drug peddling from various areas of Karachi, ARY News reported.
According to a Rangers’ spokesperson, the paramilitary force took the suspects into custody during raids in Korangi and Baldia colony.
In another operation, as many as 52 people were booked over water theft in interior Sindh, said the spokesperson. He said that illegal water connections from canals at 42 different points were removed by the Rangers.
Earlier on Saturday, Rangers personnel have arrested two alleged drug peddlers during a raid in Saudabad area of Karachi.
In a separate action in the metropolis, Rangers have assisted Customs officials in the elimination of smuggling by seizing a huge quantity of chalia from a truck.
According to Rangers spokesperson, 16000 kilograms of chalia was seized from a dumper during a raid conducted on Hub check post.