Karachi : Pakistan’s paramilitary Rangers have announced strict indiscriminate action against all terrorists and militant wings involved following the attack on Qawwal Amjad Sabri and the abduction of Sindh High Court Chief Justice’s son.
In a high-level meeting at the Rangers Headquarters in Karachi, the recent law and order situation in the city was reviewed yesterday, reports the Express Tribune.
Director General Rangers Major-General Bilal Akbar and other senior commanders has decided to undertake comprehensive investigations into the recent incidents of terrorism and target killings in the region, said Sindh Rangers spokesperson said in a statement.
The statement added that during the meeting, it was resolved that strict and indiscriminate action will be taken against terrorist and militant wings (of political parties) involved in the incidents.
Awais Ali Shah, son of the Sindh High Court Chief Justice was abducted on Tuesday from outside a super market in the Defence Housing Authority area of the city by four armed gunmen.
Renowned qawwal Sabri was shot dead yesterday, after unknown assailants fired at his vehicle in the city’s Liaquatabad area. (ANI)