ZULFIQAR MIRZA HAD GIVEN OPEN LEAVE TO CRIMINALS, NABIL GABOL
PPP central leader Nabil Gabol has said that Zulfiqar Mirza had given open leave to criminals, Uzair Baloch was asked by the Home Department to kidnap and kill the surrounding Urdu speakers, all these orders were given by the Interior Ministry. Rahman Malik rescued 120 people with the help of Rangers.
“I used to intervene against the gang war in Lyari, so Zulfiqar Mirza first removed me from the scene,” he said on a private TV program. Then they set up their own SHOs there, making Lyari a Nogo area.
Zir Baloch was asked by the Home Department to abduct and kill Urdu speakers in the area. All these orders were given by the Interior Ministry. Rahman Malik had rescued 120 people with the help of Rangers.
His witness is Rahman Malik. Rahman Malik had rescued 120 people with the help of Rangers. I was expelled from PPP that criminals will come in handy. Today the same criminals have embraced them. I told Zardari that I have been becoming MPA from Lyari since 1998. I have fought six elections, I know this. Criminals don’t belong to their father either, we will hug, you explain to Zulfiqar Mirza, he told me that I will explain, but Mr. Zardari told me in the second meeting that Zulfiqar Mirza is a non-guided missile, that’s all. Do not understand
However, in 2011 Zulfiqar Mirza himself resigned from the Interior Ministry and held a press conference against Zardari. The party leadership was not involved in this but Zulfiqar Mirza did not listen to anyone. The rest of the parties could be in the destruction of Karachi, not the PPP. In a meeting with Rangers, he said that if you do something, DG Rangers said that the day the federation said we will take action. The same thing happened in 2013 when the federal government directed Lyari to clear Lyari from gang war. They established a writ in Lyari. Thank God there is peace in Karachi now, but there is a danger that they are raising their heads in Lyari again. This will make law enforcement work in vain. If they are not controlled.