Safety forces arrested 40 folks in Rawalpindi

The Pakistan Military, Rangers and police performed a combing operation within the Dhok Hassu space of Rawalpindi on Wednesday morning and claimed to have arrested 40 folks following the announcement of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad.
The joint operation was performed beneath the command of Colonel Amanullah of Pakistan Rangers Punjab. Out of the 40 arrested, 13 are stated to be Afghan refugees. The arrested people have been shifted to Ratah Imral police station, preliminary investigations have began.
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Quite a lot of weapons have been additionally confiscated within the sweep, with Amanullah confirming that the operation was carried out within the space with the assistance the military and the police.
The federal authorities on February 22 accredited Punjab authorities’s request to deploy 2,000 Ragers personnel throughout the province for a period of 60 days.
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The Pakistan Military additionally launched Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad throughout the nation to include the latest wave of terror assaults within the nation.

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