KARACHI: Foiling another attempt of terrorism, the Sindh Rangers on Tuesday recovered huge cache of arms during a raid at Karachi’s Safari Park.
According to Rangers spokesman, the paramilitary troops carried out a search operation following a tip-off from sources.
Among the weapons found at the site were anti-aircraft guns, rifles, SMGs, LMGs, hand grenades and snipers. A large quantity of different types of bullets and cartridges were also recovered from the public park.
The Rangers detained the park's guards for interrogation, Rangers said.
A statement issued by Rangers claimed that the arms were recovered from 'Go Aish' adventure park that is located within the premises of Safari Park and owned by Inbisat Malik, the son-in-law of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) leader Mohammad Anwar.
Rangers said Malik had concealed the arms and explosives at this property with the help of miscreants.
Meanwhile, Inbisat Malik, while talking to Samaa, denied the allegation. – Samaa
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Story first published: 21st March 2017