Rangers grill PPP’s Abdul Qadir Patel

Latest Update: April 14, 2016 | 474 Views

KARACHI: The Pakistan Rangers Sindh on Thursday interrogated Abdul Qadir Patel, a senior Pakistan People’s Party leader, about his alleged role in gangland violence, land encroachment and corruption.

Patel was grilled at the headquarters of the Paramilitary force for five hours before being taken to an undisclosed location. Sources told the Rangers is expected to seek 90-day remand of the PPP leader.

The sources further said notorious gangster and former chief of banned People’s Amman Committee Uzair Jan Baloch was also present during the interrogation, adding that Patel disclosed he was able to secure PPP ticket for a Sindh Assembly seat due to Baloch.


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