The Counter-Terrorism Department claimed to have arrested four militants suspected of attacking rangers in Sindh.
The four militants identified as Sarang, Bashir Ahmed, Anis Ahmed and Saleem Sindhi, according to CTD DIG Omar Shahid Hamid, are members of the outlawed Sindhudesh Revolutionary Army.
The banned SRA claimed attacks in various cities of Sindh, including Karachi, a few months ago.
On June 10, Rangers personnel were targeted in Karachi’s Malir and Gulistan-e-Jauhar in hand grenade attacks. On June 19, paramilitary troops were attacked in Ghotki, Karachi and Larkana. Two Rangers personnel and a passerby were killed in those attacks.
CTD officials said they seized grenades and pistols during a raid in the SRA militant hideout. They claim that Indian intelligence agencies are helping militants.