Rangers report: Sindh govt allegedly allotted land to Bahria Town
KARACHI – Pakistani Rangers told the Apex committee meeting at Corps Headquarters held on May 14 that Sindh government allegedly had allotted 44,000 acres of government land to Bahria Town.
During a meeting of the apex committee in May, according to a report placed by the Rangers, said that the provincial government has allotted thousands of acres of government land to Bahria Town owner Malik Riaz. Sources told that the land allotted to Bahria Town was along the Super Highway. About Ranger’s report, no response came from Sindh government.
Military sources told that the meeting was held on May 14. The meeting of the Apex Committee at Corps Headquarters concluded on Thursday. The meeting was attended by Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah; Sindh Governor Dr Ishratul Ibad; Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif; Corps Commander Karachi; DG ISI; DG Rangers; IG Sindh and heads of law enforcing agencies.
Karachi situation was discussed in the meeting. The meeting decided to conduct and intensify result-oriented targeted operation, for which a joint central information desk will be established under the supervision of the Karachi Corps Commander. It was decided that the Apex committee meeting would be held every week.
The meeting also decided to enhance Rangers intelligence network in suburban areas of the city; monitoring vehicles movement at entry and exits points of the city and elimination of terrorists hideouts in areas around National Highway and Super Highway. Enhancing the geo-fencing system in sensitive areas was also decided.
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