KARACHI, Aug 7: The ongoing Karachi operation is absolutely non-political and without any discrimination, Corps Commander Karachi, Lt. Gen. Naveed Mukhtar said on Friday.
He was speaking as chief guest at the passing out parade of Rangers recruits at the Training Centre and School of Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, here on Friday.
As many as 1,030 jawans passed out after successfully completing their training.
The Corps Commander reviewed the parade and distributed prizes among those who excelled during the training.
In his address on the occasion, he said that Karachi operation is absolutely non-political and without any discrimination and free from any expediency or pressure.
Corps Commander said that targets of this operation are terrorists, their facilitators as well as the sponsors. No stone would be left unturned to achieve these targets, he added.
He also appealed to the people that as part of their social responsibility they should keep a vigilant eye on happenings around them and in case of any unusual activity they should inform the concerned organizations.
The Corps Commander also congratulated the passing out jawans and said they are institution in themselves and that their every act would bring good name for their organization.
He appreciated Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, and said its success is due to its leadership and effective training.
The Corps Commander said that owing to the Rangers and other law enforcement agencies (LEAs), the law and order situation in Karachi is heading towards improvement and the confidence of the people is being restored. We will not let the sacrifices of these institutions go in vain, he added.
Earlier, the Director General of Pakistan Rangers, Sindh, Maj. Gen. Bilal Akbar, received the Corps Commander. Senior officers of Rangers, Sindh, were also present on the occasion.