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CTD announces arrest of SRA chief’s close aide during joint raid in Karachi

Web Desk On Feb 20, 2021 Last updated Feb 20, 2021
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KARACHI: Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of the Sindh police on Saturday claimed to have arrested a close aide of a nationalist group, SRA’s chief in Karachi during a joint operation alongside Sindh Rangers, ARY NEWS reported.
According to a CTD spokesman, a terrorist belonging to a nationalist group was arrested during a joint action from the paramilitary force and police in the Qayyumabad area of the city.

“The terrorist has been identified as Vikash Kumar during the raid,” the spokesman said adding that he belonged to the Asghar Shah aka Sajjad Shah faction of the Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army (SRA).

He said that the accused hailed from a terrorist nationalist group that was blamed for carrying out attacks on Rangers’ vans and check-posts. “We have already arrested five accomplices of the accused,” the CTD spokesman said.
On January 19, Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) of the Sindh police claimed to have apprehended a suspect allegedly involved in bomb attacks on Rangers.

According to the provincial intelligence agency, a CTD team carried out a raid in the Sacchal area of the city and arrested a man, who was part of an outlawed nationalist organisation, Sindhudesh Liberation Army (SRA) terror unit. He is identified as Ali aka Sunni.

“He is involved in attacks on Rangers check-posts and vehicles,” the DIG of the CTD Omar Shahid Hamid said while adding that the accused was attacking the vehicles of law enforcement agencies with hand grenades on the directives of his handler, Ali Asghar Shah.
He said that a weapon was also recovered from his possession during his arrest near Safora Roundabout.

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CTD announces arrest of SRA chief’s close aide during joint raid in Karachi
Web Desk On Feb 20, 2021 Last updated Feb 20, 2021
Karachi, ctd, arrest, nationalist group, SRA


KARACHI: Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) of the Sindh police on Saturday claimed to have arrested a close aide of a nationalist group, SRA’s chief in Karachi during a joint operation alongside Sindh Rangers, ARY NEWS reported.
According to a CTD spokesman, a terrorist belonging to a nationalist group was arrested during a joint action from the paramilitary force and police in the Qayyumabad area of the city.

“The terrorist has been identified as Vikash Kumar during the raid,” the spokesman said adding that he belonged to the Asghar Shah aka Sajjad Shah faction of the Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army (SRA).

He said that the accused hailed from a terrorist nationalist group that was blamed for carrying out attacks on Rangers’ vans and check-posts. “We have already arrested five accomplices of the accused,” the CTD spokesman said.
On January 19, Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) of the Sindh police claimed to have apprehended a suspect allegedly involved in bomb attacks on Rangers.

According to the provincial intelligence agency, a CTD team carried out a raid in the Sacchal area of the city and arrested a man, who was part of an outlawed nationalist organisation, Sindhudesh Liberation Army (SRA) terror unit. He is identified as Ali aka Sunni.

“He is involved in attacks on Rangers check-posts and vehicles,” the DIG of the CTD Omar Shahid Hamid said while adding that the accused was attacking the vehicles of law enforcement agencies with hand grenades on the directives of his handler, Ali Asghar Shah.
He said that a weapon was also recovered from his possession during his arrest near Safora Roundabout.

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There is more to come --- we were informed last week (after big bust in Karachi) that there are new leads & all will be worked on...this is all part of the same network....More will be hunted - gloves are off

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