KARACHI: Sindh Rangers have decided to extend their outreach to the people of Karachi by launching a radio show, starting from Friday (tomorrow), said a statement issued on Thursday.
According to an audio message released by the Rangers spokesperson, the hour-long radio programme named “Rangers Hour” will be aired five days a week — from Monday till Friday — on FM 101 radio channel.
It was announced that the programme will start airing from October 2, Friday.
“The programme will be aired twice a day, from 8:30am to 9:30 am in the morning and from 5pm to 6pm in the evening,” it added.
Sharing the objectives of the programme, Rangers spokesperson stated that the transmission will provide information about the ongoing security operation of the paramilitary force in the metropolis.
It will also reveal the details of the security personnel who are killed or injured in the line of duty, it added.
The forum will also be open to public opinion and Karachiites will be able to voice their concerns and suggestions related to peace in the metropolis through their live calls.
It is pertinent to mention that it is the first time that Rangers have taken such an initiative to extend its outreach to people of Karachi.