Karachi Paramilitary Rangers carried out their ‘targeted operation’ in Landhi of Karachi following Monday’s low-intensity blast in the area which killed two people.
The intelligence-based operation was started early Tuesday morning in Gulshan-e-Buner in Landhi on the information that suspects of a defunct outfit where hiding there, Sindh Rangers spokesman colonel Sharif said.
He said more than 20 suspects, including banned group activists, were arrested and 20 illegal weapons were recovered during the operation.
Rangers official said raids were also carried out in Buffer Zone, Surjani and Nazimabad areas to track down the culprits involved in Monday’s blast in Landhi which left a father and his son dead.
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