JI demands extension in Rangers special power

Karachi: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Sindh’s Majlis-e-Shoora on Monday demanded two-year extension in Rangers special power in order to control corruption.

According to the resolution passed in the Majlis-e-Shoora presided over by JI Sindh Chief Dr Mairaj-ul-Huda Siddiqui in Karachi, citizens have taken a sigh of relief after Karachi operation being headed by Sindh Rangers. “The operation is against terrorism, target killings, and China cutting, but now Sind government is trying to reduce the Rangers’ special powers,” the resolution stated.

“Corruption is the main problem facing the country and is the root cause of all problems; hence, it should be eradicated to make Pakistan prosperous,” the resolution stated.

JI demanded of the government to cut down the oil prices as per rates in international market which are estimated at Rs30 per liter. It also demanded of the government to withdraw the amendment in Prosecution Bill immediately.

According to the resolution, the power is the real dispute between federal and Sindh, pushing democratic departments in a catastrophic position.

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