ISLAMABAD: The interior ministry has issued two notifications regarding Ranger’s powers on the request of Sindh government.

According to details, the first notification is regarding the deployment of Rangers in Sindh for one year whereas the second notification is about powers of Rangers which is issued for 90 days.

In the past the relation between the Federal and Sindh goverment were tensed on the authority and deployment of Rangers in Sindh province.

The Sindh government had insisted to limit the powers of rangers to Karachi only whereas the Federal government was of the view that the authorities of Rangers must be extended to entire Sindh due to alarming law and order situation in interior parts of the province.

In this connection some information was surface on previous day that Rangers had taken clear cut stance that they want authorities for whole Sindh as they would be limited to Karachi only. The rangers also demanded that they would not be bound to take permission to arrest any anti social element.

After the development Sindh Government has issued two notifications in which ambiguity about the power of rangers has been removed.

It is worth mentioning here before the change of Sindh Chief Minister the duration of powers of Rangers was expired but later on the matter was prolonged due to change of Chief Executive of the province.

On one occasion it look like that the leadership of PPP sitting abroad wants to prolong the matter but on the other side Federal interior ministry has taken solid stance that authority of rangers is must to restore the peace in Sindh.

After taking oath the biggest challenge for Murad Ali Shah was to take decision regarding powers of Rangers. He also took advice from the central leadership of PPP after that two notification were issued.

Earlier the interior ministry has rejected a summary approved by Chief Minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah granting extension in Rangers’ stay in Karachi with special powers. The federal government, meanwhile, had expressed its resentment over the provincial government for not extending the Rangers’ policing powers to the whole Sindh.

Even Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan has expressed Centre’s resentment for not extending Rangers’ policing powers to the whole Sindh.