KARACHI: Sindh Rangers in a joint operation with Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) have apprehended two most-wanted terrorists of a banned outfit organization in Karachi on Friday.
According to rangers’ spokesman, acting on intelligence reports, the Rangers and CTD personnel conducted a targeted operation and arrested two most wanted terrorists, Samiullah alias Arshad and Muhammad Jaffar alias Barkat alias Iftikhar.
The Rangers spokesman further said that the arrested terrorists were involved in attacks on Pakistan Army, Navy, Rangers and police.
These terrorists were also involved in sectarian violence. They carried out terror activities with support from other criminals, Abdullah Danish, Naeem alias Master, Asim Kapri, Ishaq Bobby, Attaur Rahman alias Naeem Bukhari and Sabir, the rangers’ official added.
He said mastermind Attaur Rahman alias Naeem Bukhari and Sabi had already been arrested by the law enforcers in Karachi. These criminals were included in the most-wanted terrorists’ list with Rs 50 million of their head money each fixed by the Sindh government.
The rangers also claimed to have recovered arms and ammunition form their possession. During initial investigation the accused confessed to carrying out the terror activities in different parts of the city from 2013 to 2015.
The arrested terrorists were handed over to police for further legal formalities, the spokesman added.
On March 18, law enforcement agencies personnel had claimed a major achievement by arresting three commanders linked with Indian prime intelligence agency, Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) in Karachi.