Pakistan Rangers Jobs

 The Pakistan Rangers are a paramilitary force in Pakistan. They are responsible for maintaining law and order in the country and securing its borders. The Pakistan Rangers were created by merging the Frontier Corps and the Hyderabad Regiment into one organization.

The Pakistan Rangers were formed on 1 July 1948, when a new constitution was drafted by Muhammad Ali Jinnah to replace the United India Party government of Liaquat Ali Khan. His cabinet had been dismissed by Governor General Ghulam Muhammad on 25 June 1948 after they had passed several laws that were deemed unconstitutional. Under Article 245 of the new constitution, all former members of the National Assembly, who had not resigned their seats before 1 July 1948, became ineligible to vote in future elections. The National Assembly also lost its power to amend or add to any law passed by it before that date.[1]

In addition to being responsible for external security, they have civil policing powers under Section 144 (prohibition of assembly) and 15(1) (establishment of police stations) and 18(1) (establishment of police stations). They have been given responsibility for maintaining law and order in Karachi, Lahore and Rawalpindi.[2][3][4]

 The Pakistan Rangers are a paramilitary force under the control of the Ministry of Interior of Pakistan, responsible for maintaining law and order in the country’s various regions. The strength of the force varies over time, but is currently estimated at around 125,000 personnel.[1] In some areas they are in charge of maintaining law and order while other areas are under civilian administration such as Karachi.

The Pakistan Rangers have both a military and a police role. Their military role consists of patrolling borders and protecting borders from smuggling or infiltration into Pakistan by terrorists.

The Rangers also have a police role where they provide support to local police departments in times of trouble or crisis.[2]

 The Pakistan Rangers Force (PRF) is an elite force of the Pakistan Army. They are responsible for law enforcement and maintaining public order in parts of Pakistan under military control. The main objective of the PRF is to protect the lives and property of civilians, as well as to prevent any acts of terrorist activity within these areas.

Sindh rangers

 Sindh Rangers are a paramilitary force of Pakistan’s Sindh province. They are under the command of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and also have some infantry and artillery units. The Sindh Rangers were initially established in 1948 by the British as a counter insurgency force, but have been in existence since 1844.

Sindh Rangers are armed with modern weapons and equipment. The Rangers work closely with the Pakistani Army, Navy, Air Force and other law enforcement agencies in order to maintain internal security.

The Rangers have been involved in many operations against terrorists and insurgents operating in Pakistan’s interior provinces such as Balochistan, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, FATA and Sindh.

 Sindh Rangers is a paramilitary force under the control of Sindh police department. The force was established in 1947 and initiated its operations after the country gained its independence from the British Raj. Sindh Rifles have served with distinction during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965, Kargil War, Operation Parakaram (2007), and many other conflicts

The force is tasked with maintaining law and order in Karachi, Hyderabad and Sukkur Divisions as well as protecting Pakistan’s territorial integrity during war time or when war is imminent. It also assists civil authorities in maintaining law and order at times of natural disasters such as floods or earthquakes.

 Sindh Rangers is the elite paramilitary force of Pakistan. It is a counter-insurgency force with a primary role to combat terrorism, maintain internal security and protect Pakistan’s economic interests. The force was established in 2002 under the command of General Pervez Musharraf who also became its first Chief.

Sindh Rangers’ primary role is to fight terrorism, maintain internal security and protect Pakistan’s economic interests. The force has been given the responsibility to suppress militancy in Karachi, Hyderabad, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan provinces.


The Sindh Rangers have been involved in many operations against militant groups in Karachi, Hyderabad and other areas like Malir city and Malir Cantonment area where they have lost some lives in encounters with terrorists on more than one occasion.[citation needed]

In 2013, following their successes against militaries of Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP),[citation needed] they were deployed along with Army soldiers during military operation Zarb-e-Azb against Islamist militants.[citation needed]

They have been accused by opposition parties of being involved in extrajudicial killings and human rights violations since their inception

rangers karachi

 Rangers is a professional football club based in Karachi, Pakistan. It is owned by the Pakistan Army and named after the British Indian Army unit that served in World War I.

The club was founded in 1923 and was initially known as PWD FC but changed its name to Rangers for the 1934 season. The club has won the Pakistan Premier League trophy on five occasions, most recently in 2014–15.

Rangers also plays at the Jinnah Stadium, with a capacity of 66,000 seats. The stadium has hosted international matches including matches from the Asian Cup qualifiers and AFC Cup.[1]

History [ edit ]

The team began playing in 1923, when it was known as PWD FC after its founders were members of Peoples’ Union of Democratic Control (PUD). In 1934, the club changed its name to Rangers Football Club after being sponsored by an Indian army unit that served during World War I.[2] They won their first title under this name in 1935–36 when they beat East Bengal 5–1 in a play-off match at Eden Gardens Stadium.[3][4] The following year they went on to win their second title by beating Punjab 1–0 at Lahore.[5]

In 1943 Rangers defeated Mohun Bagan 6–0 at

 Rangers FC is a Pakistani professional football club based in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. The team currently competes in the Pak FA Premier League and are one of the most successful clubs in Pakistan football history with 20 league titles.

The club was founded in 1935 as Rangers Football Club but changed its name to Rangers Football Academy in 1989. The team has won 21 national league titles and 16 national cup titles. They also have a number of International players who have represented Pakistan at various levels of international competition such as U-23 National Team, U-19 National Team and Senior National Team.

In November 2011 they were banned from playing competitive matches until May 2012 after being found guilty by an independent refereeing authority of match fixing during the 2010–11 season.[1] Rangers were reinstated to play competitive matches on 12 July 2012 after being found guilty by another independent body.[2] However, this decision was overturned by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on 26 April 2013[3] after which Rangers FC filed an appeal against the decision.[4] On 2 September 2013, it was reported that the PCB had agreed to suspend Rangers FC’s ban from competitive