Qadir asks Sindh govt to extend Rangers powers

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ISLAMABAD, July 27 (APP): Minister for SAFRON Lt Gen (R)
Abdul Qadir Baloch Wednesday said the Sindh government should extend powers to Rangers for maintaining peace in country’s economic hub.

Talking to a private news channel, he said law and order
situation has improved due to Rangers operation in the
metropolitan city.

Karachi operation is being conducted against criminals and
was not to target any political party, he said.

He said investigations into May 12, 2007 Karachi incident
should be held impartially through the supreme or high court
judges.

He said Muthahidah Quami Movement (MQM) leader Waseem Akhtar has not mentioned in his statement of any pressure on him while giving confessional statement on incident of May 12.