Paramilitary Rangers take command of Ghotki operation against bandits

22 May, 2015 9:20 am

GHOTKI (92 News) – The Paramilitary Rangers on Friday took command of the grand operation against bandits and thugs in the Katcha area of Ghotki district bordering Punjab in northern part of Sindh.

As per reports, Paramilitary force Shahbaz Rangers personnel have now taken the reins of the operation in which policemen from the two provinces were engaged against the bandit gangs of Sultu Shar and Chhotu Bakhrani for the past 40 days. The well-armed Rangers personnel have advanced in the difficult terrain and destroyed scores of safe hideouts of the bandits.


Rangers Sector Commander Colonel Abdul Ghaffar talking to media persons said that the paramilitary force will clean the riverine forrests from the gangs of bandits. “We will leave no stone unturned in cleaning this area,” he said

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