KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah on Friday extended the stay of Pakistan Rangers, Sindh in the province for a period of one year in aid to police and civil administration to facilitate maintenance of law and order.
The chief minister under Article 147 of the Constitution has extended the requisition of Pakistan Rangers in the province in the aid of Sindh police and civil administration for a period of one year.
Provincial Home Secretary Mukhtiar Ahmed Soomro through Chief Secretary Sindh had moved a summary to the chief minister stating that the stay requisition of Pakistan Rangers by Government of Sindh would expire on July 19, 2015.
The Home Department had recommended that the Rangers was assisting the police and Civil administration, therefore their requisition in the province may be extended for another year.
The chief minister, keeping in view the requirement of the services of Pakistan Rangers, Sindh extended their requisition for a period of one year w.e.f July 20, 2015.
This requisition for another year would be tabled in the Provincial Assembly of Sindh for ratification.
The chief minister hoped that the Rangers, would continue to work in the province with same spirit.