Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Web Desk) – At least 20 most wanted criminals and assassins were among those taken into custody by the Rangers in a raid on Muttahida Qaumi Movement headquarters, according to a report forwarded to the Interior Ministry on Thursday.


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The Rangers team also recovered 30,000 bullets and a huge cache of arms and ammunition, including 135 latest weapons which have been prohibited.

 

Many FIRs were already registered against all the 27 activists who were produced before an anti-terrorism court (today), the report detailed. Three workers, identified as Pervez, Khurram and Azeem, were released by the Rangers later on.

 

The raid was well-planned and based on the intelligence information. Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shah was also taken on board before the action was carried out.

 

Earlier Rangers had informed the media that two murder convicts were also arrested from MQM’s head office.