MQM wasn’t formed in Rangers headquarters: Maj Gen Muhammad Saeed
KARACHI (92 News) – Sindh Rangers Director General Major General Muhammad Saeed said that why would there be cases against the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) if it had been formed in Rangers headquarters.
Talking to media in Karachi on Tuesday, he said that the Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) and MQM were two political parties, adding that they were in contact for the last eight months.
“The political parties can do their politics but there should be no violence,” he said, adding that their only concern is that what had been in the past should not be done again ahead of the general elections.
Maj Gen Muhammad Saeed said it is political parties that make their decisions for making an alliance with other groups or working independently.
The Rangers DG went on to say that Lyari gang war ringleader Uzair Baloch was not in the paramilitary force’s custody, adding that they have released many people on the assurance of the political parties.
Commenting on the Karachi operation, Major General Muhammad Saeed said that the law and order situation of the metropolis was much better than the past, adding that the Karachi operation was launched with the consensus of all the political parties.
Incidents of target killing, extortion, killing for ransom and terrorism activities were routine matters in Karachi in past, but the operation had eliminated the menace of terrorism from the city, he added.