Sindh govt extends rangers’ powers for further 77 days
KARACHI, 04 MAY (DNA) – The Sindh Government has extended the special power of Rangers in the province for further seventy-seven days till 19th July this year.
Spokesman of the Chief Minister’s House told media that Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has signed the Summary moved by home ministry in this regard.
It may be recalled that special powers given to rangers to curb crime in the province were completed on Tuesday which now have further been extended. DNA
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