Four takfiri terrorists killed in Rangers operation in Karachi

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Saturday, 16 May 2015

At least four suspected takfiri terrorists were killed and six others were arrested on Saturday when Sindh Rangers conducted an intelligence-based operation in Karachi's Old Golimar area, an official press release said.

The operation was conducted against 'criminals' who were allegedly affiliated with the banned Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) and who were also said to have been engaged with gangs operating in the city's Lyari Town.

According to Sindh Rangers, the suspects resorted to indiscriminate firing during the operation, which was met by retaliation from members of the paramilitary force.

The crossfire led to the death of four suspected terrorists — Babul Baloch, Chota Sajid, Khalid Mandhi and Rafique.

The press release added that the criminals were involved in anti-state activities with the BLA. They were engaged in extortion, kidnapping for ransom and were allegedly behind a number of targeted killings.

Along with weapons, a large quantity of narcotics was also recovered from the suspects' possession.

Law enforcement agencies have been actively seeking to rid Karachi — Pakistan’s commercial hub— of terrorism and violence via operations in the city’s troubled areas for well over a year now.

Both police and Rangers have raided plenty of areas and have arrested thousands of suspects and criminals to ensure peace in the city, which has been hit by a wave of law and order problems.
In March, five alleged gang-war criminals belonging to the ‘Shiraz Comrade’ group were killed during a search operation by police. Details reveal that around 200 police officials were carrying out a targeted search operation in the troubled Lyari town.

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