Rangers bust gang involved in girl’s kidnapping
Karachi—Pakistan Rangers Sindh in an action against a gang of kidnappers, recovered two women who were kidnapped for ransom from Multan.
A statement here on Sunday said that on a tip off, the Rangers Sindh carried out raid in Larkana and Jacobabad and arrested members of a group of kidnappers.
The group, it was pointed out, was reportedly involved in kidnapping of women from the Punjab and selling them in the interior of Sindh. The statement said that accused identified as Punhal Odho and Rajb Odho, had allegedly kidnapped two women from Multan and shifted them to the interior of Sindh and demanded ransom from their relatives.
On the complaint of the relatives, the Rangers in an action got recovered the two abducted women from Jacobabad and handed them over to their relatives.
After initial interrogation, the accused were handed over to the police for further action, the statement added.
Meanwhile, Sindh Advisor on Information and Archives Moula Bux Chandio said that law and order situation in Karachi was improving significantly soon after new Sindh chief minister had assumed the charge of his office.
“The interior ministry has approved a 90-day extension in the special policing powers of Sindh Rangers in Karachi and has also issued notification in this regard. There is sharp decline in target killing, extortion, robberies and dacoities in Karachi after which people are passing their social and business life with peace,” Chandio said in a statement.
The advisor said the Sindh government was fully empowered under the 18th constitutional amendment to take decision for maintaining law and order; however, consultation with the federal government was required which had been fulfilled.—APP