Rangers Sindh met Rashid Godil
13 September, 2015
KARACHI: Officials of Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, on Saturday met Rashid Godil, a lawmaker of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement, at his residence and inquired after his health, said the force spokesperson.
On this occasion, the officials presented a bouquet to Mr Godil on behalf of the Rangers and assured him of the provision of security in case such a need arose, said a press statement.
The MQM legislator was discharged from the Liaquat National Hospital on Friday afternoon after doctors termed his health condition stable. He had sustained five gunshot wounds in a targeted attack in Bahadurabad that left him on a ventilator in August.
In a recent recorded video message, the politician expressed gratitude to the countrymen for praying for him that finally resulted in his ‘miraculous’ recovery.