Bomb attack targets Rangers vehicle Larkana LARAKANA: One Rangers official was killed and at least 14 others including five Rangers personnel sustained injuries in two explosions near a Rangers checkpost on Miro Khan Road here on Saturday, security sources said.
DIG Larkana Rangers Abdullah Shaikh told journalists 500 grams of explosives were used in each of the bombs, one of which was planted in a bicycle and the other under a garbage can.
The injured, which included five Rangers personnel and 10 passers-by, were shifted to Chandka Medical Hospital for treatment. However, one Rangers official succumbed to his injuries.
Another Rangers official was said to be in a critical condition.
A heavy contingent of the police cordoned off the area after the blasts and started a search operation in the area. Police sources told Dawn two suspects were arrested in the police operation, and shifted to an undisclosed location for interrogation
A bomb disposal squad from Sukkur has reached the spot to determine the nature of the bombs.
Director General Rangers Major General Bilal Akber also reached the location.
The newly-elected chief minister of Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah took a strong notice of the attack. He telephoned DIG Larkana Abdullah Shaikh and directed him to bring all those involved in the attack to justice and report to him as soon as possible.
Rangers personnel have been targeted in Karachi and other parts of Sindh in the past as well.
The paramilitary force was targeted four times in March through grenade attacks in Karachi, leaving at least three Rangers soldiers wounded.