KARACHI    -    Sindh Rangers on Friday claimed to have recovered a huge cache of arms and ammunition in Karachi’s Lyari area.

According to Rangers spokesman, on a tip-off, that some activists of Lyari gang war had hidden arms and ammunition in Lyari’s Shah Beg Lane for disturbing law & order situation in the city, the Rangers personnel carried out targeted raid in the area and seized large number of weapons and ammunition.

They recovered 25 Awan bombs, two LMGs, two SMGs, three 8-MM rifles, one repeater, one 9-MM pistol, one 30-bore pistol, one 22-bore pistol, four ammunition bullet box of LMG, two ammunition bullet box of LMG, 2000 rounds of LMG, 4230 round of 8-MM rifle, 30 rounds of SMG, 20 rounds of 38-bore and 9 rounds of 22-bore.

Moreover, the city’s district west police handed over 102 snatched/stolen motorbikes to their real owners at a ceremony held at SSP Orangi town office on Friday.

According to Sindh police spokesperson, the motorbikes were recovered from criminals during police actions in different areas of metropolis. He said the bikes were handed over to the real owners after complete investigations. Speaking on the occasion, SSP West asked citizens to repot bikes snatching or stealing incidents to the police.