KARACHI: Pakistan Rangers Sindh on Wednesday arrested seven outlaws in two separate actions in Karachi, ARY News reported.

According to a press release issued by Sindh Rangers spokesperson, six criminals involved in street crimes and dacoities were rounded up from Rizvia and Korangi Industrial area.

The criminals were identified as Ayaz Khan, Muhammad Asif Saleem, Muhammad Hamza, Irshad alias Sher, Muhammad Rasheed and Sharique Ali.

In another action in metropolis area of Baghdadi, Rangers arrested a drug peddler belonging to gang war, Abdul Salam.

“Arms ammunition, snatch valuables were confiscated from custody of arrested criminals”, the Rangers press release read.

The suspects were handed over to the local police for legal formalities.

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Earlier on March 2, at least 17 suspected criminals including three extortionists were arrested during raids in different parts of the city.

Arms and narcotics were recovered from the possession of arrested criminals, Rangers spokesperson said.

The raids on tip off were conducted in Nabi Bakhsh, Kharadar, Napier Colony, Baloch Colony, Mubina Town and Awami Colony areas where the law enforces nabbed 13 street criminals.

Three extortionists belonging to gang war were taken into custody from Kalakot, Garden and Mithadar areas.

An accused person in sedition charges was arrested by the Rangers’ personnel from Nabi Bakhsh area.

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