KARACHI: Director General (DG) Rangers Sindh Major General Akbar Bilal said on Friday that Ranger’s duty in to ensure security, not to rule. He was talking in a conference held in Institute of Business Administration (IBA) in Karachi.
According to the details, DG Rangers said that the youth is a very important factor in the progress of country and youth’s participation in the process of eliminating terrorism and ensuring peace, is needed.
On the other hand, Corps Commander Karachi Lieutenant General Naveed Mukhtar called on Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah in Karachi.
According to the spokesperson of CM House, during the meeting, matter related to overall law and order situation of Karachi, ongoing targeted operation in the city and implementation on the decisions of Apex Committee were discussed. The decision of using broadband system in biometric was appreciated by both.
Rangers Director General (DG) Major General Bilal Akbar on Monday has assured the traders of continuation of operation for peace.
A seven-member delegation of All Karachi Traders Union held a meeting with the Rangers DG. The delegation led by Atiq Mir informed the Major General about its security concerns in case the targeted operation is stopped.
Rangers spokesperson said that the meeting discussed security situation in the Sindh metropolitan.
DG Bilal Akbar assured the traders concerned that the paramilitary force would continue operation against criminals and violators of the law. The targeted operation would continue until conclusive end, he added.
The trade body representatives lauded the force’s efforts and role played to bring down the crime rate. The meeting took place at Rangers headquarters.
Earlier different trading bodies rallied and protested against Rangers cut in special powers after Sindh government passed a conditional resolution.
The protesters had raised slogans in favour of the parammilitary force and demanded unconditional extension in their special powers to maintain law and order in the crime-stricken city.
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