DG Rangers Bilal Akbar holds high-level meeting after Amjad Sabri’s death | Pakistan Today

DG Rangers Bilal Akbar holds high-level meeting after Amjad Sabri’s death

Sindh Rangers Director General Major General Bilal Akbar Thursday (today) presided over a high-level meeting to discuss terrorism incidents in the city specially in the wake of murder of renowned qawwal Amjad Sabri the other day.

Read more: Famous Qawwal Amjad Sabri gunned down, TTP says they killed him ‘for blasphemy’

During the meeting, it was decided that in order to prevent target killings in the city, an unbiased operation against all terrorists and their wings will be launched.

After the meeting, DG Rangers met Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah at the CM House.

The DG Rangers and Sindh CM  discussed in detail recent terrorism incidents in the city, particularly Amjad Sabri killing in the metropolis on Wednesday.

The chief minister asked DG Rangers to step up the ongoing targeted action in Karachi and make it more effective.

Read more: Amjad Sabri’s funeral prayers offered



Related posts

2 Comments

  1. neutral said:

    If we hold responsible Rangers for all what is happening in Karachi, what do we have the 40000 police for ? Police cameras were not working where the insident took place. We have more Police on the streets than most Gulf countries on the road – yet no crimes there. The Police is busy collecting Eidi.

  2. S.R.H. Hashmi said:

    The report says "Sindh Rangers Director General Major General Bilal Akbar Thursday (today) presided over a high-level meeting to discuss terrorism incidents in the city specially in the wake of murder of renowned qawwal Amjad Sabri the other day" adding "During the meeting, it was decided that in order to prevent target killings in the city, an unbiased operation against all terrorists and their wings will be launched".

    Does that by an chance mean, as the wording of the report indicates that during the last two years, the operation had been biased and not directed against all terrorists and their wings?

    Karachi

Comments are closed.

Top