KARACHI: The Sindh Chief Minister, Qaim Ali Shah has written a letter to Director General Rangers Maj-Gen Bilal Akbar stating that he has transcended his limits.
The letter states that Rangers do not have any permit for initiating a raid on the Sindh Building Control Authority.
A copy of the letter has also been sent to Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar, Aaj News reported.
On Tuesday, former President and PPP cheif Asif Ali Zardari in a bout of anger stated that the Rangers were crossing its limits.
He said that if the paramilitary does not stop interfering in the Sindh government he will take names of military generals involved in corruption.
He added that the uniformed men complete their tenures, but politicians and politics is to stay with the people for life.
Earlier, a press statement by DG Rangers which alleged that every year Rs230 billion is being collected from Karachi illegally.
These sums take the shape of alms collected coercively, illegal water distribution, coercive collection of sacrificial animal hides, land grabbing, illegal marriage halls, weekly or monthly extortion monies, unlawful car parking businesses, the DG Rangers said.
He also stated that prominent political leaders were involved in these illegal money trail.