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Former provincial advisor Ismail Dahrri arrested from Doultpur

28 June, 2018

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SINDH: Pakistan rangers (Sindh) on Wednesday night arrested former provincial advisor Ismail Dahrri from Doultpur.According to the rangers, Dahrri was arrested over an intelligence report from District Nawabshah’s  Doultpur area.

Sindh Rangers and the police carried out an operation against Dahrri.

According to the officials, after Dahrri’s arrest ammunitions along with illegal weapons were recovered from the site.

Sources stated that numerous First Investigation Reports (FIR) were registered against the accused for attempted murder, creating mayhem and possession of illegal weapons along with land grabbing in the area.

The recovered weapons and ammunitions from the criminal included 5 submachine guns (SMGs) along with 12 magazines, 1 pistol with 30 bor with 1 round of ammunition. Dahrri has been arrested for further investigation.
Sindh Rangers issued a press release, urging the people to inform of illegal activities and cooperate with the official authorities so that implementation of law can be improved.

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