Rangers special powers. The Sindh government on Monday finally approved an extension of the special powers of the Pakistan Rangers for 90 days in the city.
Newly elected Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah signed the summary to extend the Rangers’ stay in Sindh for one year and an extension of 90 days in the special powers of the paramilitary force, said a statement issued by his office.
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The approved summary will now be sent to the federal Interior Ministry.
In a statement issued by the CM House, Shah said he hoped Rangers would continue to work for peace in Sindh with the same commitment.
Earlier, a senior official in the Sindh government told Dawn that Shah held a meeting with the co-chairperson of Pakistan Peoples Party Asif Zardari in Dubai on Sunday, at which the latter ordered the CM to notify Rangers’ one-year stay in Sindh with policing powers for three months.
Apart from discussing the Rangers’ powers issue with Zardari, Shah had also sought the former president’s guidance over the expansion of his cabinet to accommodate certain leaders.