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Citizen Killed by Rangers in Karachi, President take notice

Pakistan News: Citizen Killed by Rangers in Karachi, President take notice > President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari takes notice of the Rangers killed a citizen in Karachi in Benazir Bhutto Park on Wednesday.

Citizen Killed by RangersPakistani Authorities investigate the incident where Pakistani Rangers gun down a Citizen in Karachi his name was Serfaraz Shah. Police arrested the five solders who are involved in Citizen killing.


Peoples of Pakistan and Pakistani Human Rights Societies were shocked when a TV Channel lived a video of this killing.


Rangers said that the citizen Sarfaraz shah involved in criminal activities, but the Salik Shah who was the brother of Sarfaraz Shah denied the statement of Pakistani Rangers and he said his brother was a Student and he was not involve in any criminal activities. He was looking work for support his family.


Salik more added he was a decent and mannered person no body have his criminal rescored. But the Rangers charged that he was a robber and criminal also.


Many Societies and other activities protest against Rangers killing.

Minister of Interior Rehman Malik said the act of Pakistani Rangers is extremely unlawful.

Story Written by E Pakistan NEWS Staff.

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