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Rangers arrest two key members of banned organization

Rangers arrest two key members of banned organization
January 15, 2020
KARACHI (92 News) – The Rangers have arrested two key members of banned organisation during an intelligence-based operation (IBO) carried out in Karachi’s District West on Wednesday. According to the Rangers’ spokesperson, two members of an banned organisation have been arrested over charges of extortion in an IBO. The arrested men identified as Rasheed alias Khan Baba and Ismail alias Chips Wala. The accused were wanted to the law enforcement agencies in Swat as Rasheed alias Khan Baba fled from Swat fearing his arrest and continued his criminal activities in Karachi. The spokesperson also said that Ismail alias Chips Wala is resident of Karachi and facilitator of a banned outfit. The accused persons had lodged firing on the owner of a shop in April 20 last year over his refusal to pay extortion money. The shop owner had paid Rs100,000 extortion money to them over facing life threats. The spokesperson further said in August 28 last year, the arrested accused gave life threats to a businessman in Sher Shah Market besides demanding Rs10 million extortion money. Earlier, Sindh Rangers confirmed that they had arrested eight target killers belonging to the MQM-L from Karachi. Addressing a press conference, Sindh Rangers Colonel Faisal Awan all the arrested target killers were involved in different heinous crimes and target killing. He said that the enemies of the state were destroying Pakistan’s peace and prosperity. Colonel Faisal said a man named Saleem had formed and operating a team of target killers. He informed that seven members of the gang were still busy in criminal activities. He said ‘Saleem Belgium’ used to manage the gang on directives of the MQM founder. The Rangers official also played a WhatsApp conversation call between the terrorists. The armed group of the political party would use code words to evade being spotted by the law enforcers.