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GB govt tells Rangers to ‘shoot terrorists on the spot’

Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) Syed Mehdi Shah on Thursday disclosed that the government had delegated special powers to Rangers for maintaining law and order in the region.
He said, “We have allowed Rangers to shoot terrorists on the spot.”
He was responding to a question posed by a lawmaker Mirza Hussain, who quizzed the Treasury benches to inform the House regarding the strength of Rangers, GB scouts and police.



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  1. Aslam said:

    Is that the last option left to deal with outlaws? I dont think the law and order situation in GB has reached to the level where rangers are equipped with sweeping powers….

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