Karachi rangers and police in a joint operation have recovered weapons that buried in the graveyards on the identification of arrested person from Pakistan’s biggest city of Karachi. Police. According to the Rangers weapons were buried in the Rizvia graveyard. Rangers have got 90 days remand of the accused person named Farid Uddin who identified weapons during the investigation then police and rangers have jointly taken action. Police said that Farid Uddin is the member of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) medical aid committee and he is appointed as Deputy Director in Abbasi Shaheed Hospital of the accounts department. A statement released on May 26 by Muttahida Qaumi Movement that had been claimed that MQM’s central medical aid advisory committee member Mohammad Fari Uddin is missing. Later, the rangers presented Deputy Director of accounts department in Abbasi Shaheed Mohammad Farid in anti-terrorist court on June 4. For obtaining 90 days remand, the Rangers told the court that accused person is involved in extortion and other crimes.