Rangers recover huge stockpile of weapons in Karachi’s Nazimabad
KARACHI: Paramilitary Rangers claimed to have recovered huge stockpile of weapons buried underground during a raid in Nazimabad area of the metropolis, ARY News reported on Monday.
According to Rangers’ statement, the raid was carried out on an intelligence tip-off on June 23.
Acting swiftly, the paramilitary force searched a well in Nazimabad No. 3 area and recovered huge cache of arms and ammunition including 86 locally manufactured bombs. According to the statement the arms were hidden in the well at the depth of up to 50 feet.
A paramilitary spokesperson claimed that the ammunition belongs to militants of Muttahida Qaumi Movement-London (MQM-L) who allegedly hid the weapons on the directives of the party’s bigwigs.
No further details have been shared in the statement about the location of the well.