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Sindh govt extends Rangers’ special powers for 90 days

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Wednesday extended special policing powers granted to the Rangers for 90 days within Karachi, ARY News reported. According to the details, the CM approved a summary extending the powers granted to the paramilitary force under Section 4(2) of the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) 1997 within Karachi division for 90 days. The summary will be forwarded to the federal government for approval. The Pakistan Rangers, Sindh will now be able to exercise their special powers from…

‘Sindh cabinet to decide fate of Rangers’ special powers in Karachi’

KARACHI: The Sindh government Sunday said the provincial cabinet will decide the fate of special powers of Sindh Rangers in Karachi, ARY News reported. Spokesman Sindh Chief Minister House said extension in the powers of Sindh Rangers will be approved by the cabinet. This should be noted that the special powers of the Rangers, granted last year on October 18 will be expired tonight at 12:00pm after 90 days. The spokesman said the special powers of paramilitary force will be deliberated in the Sindh cabinet meeting…

Sindh Rangers get 90-day extension to exercise special powers in Karachi

KARACHI: Interior Ministry on request of the Sindh government has notified the further 90 days extension in the stay of Sindh Rangers in Karachi. According to the notification issued on Monday, the extension would be effective from Tuesday, October 18. An announcement of the ministry said this time the matter of extension of Rangers was decided amicably with mutual coordination. Read More: PPP signals green light, Sindh Rangers to get extension, special powers This should be noted that last time in July, 2016, the…

Rangers special powers Karachi-bound only, asserts Qaim Shah

LARKANA: Sindh Rangers special powers are Karachi-bound and only against specific crimes like target killing, extortion and terrorism in the city. They do not have authority to carry such raids in interior Sindh, asserted Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah on Tuesday, ARY News reported.