Rangers arrest pseudo army officer in Karachi
KARACHI: Pakistan Rangers Sindh have arrested a man pretending to be an army officer from Mubina Town area in Karachi on Sunday.
The pseudo army officer was wanted in several criminal incidents.
A spokesperson of Rangers said eight criminals were rounded up during operations in different areas of Karachi.
He said the arrested criminals were involved in robbery, street crimes and drug smuggling.
Weapons, looted items and drugs were also recovered from their possession.
The paramilitary force arrested two street criminals, Hanif alias Mamu and Saad, from near Eidgah, Nazimabad.
In another raid in Sukkhan area, Rangers nabbed Ali Reza and Asad for possession of illegal weapons.
About a week ago, Pakistan Rangers Sindh apprehended five outlaws during raids in various parts of the metropolis, reads statement issued by the paramilitary force.
As per details, five lawbreakers were taken into custody from areas of Garden and Mubina town, who were later identified as Mehar Ali, Rasheed, Muhammad Shahzad, Muhammad Yaseen and Khadim Hussain.
The arrested men were said to be involved in robberies, drugs peddling and street crimes, while weapons and bullets were also confiscated, said the Rangers statement.