LAHORE: The Anti-Vehicles Lifting Staff on Wednesday arrested two people of a criminal gang and recovered seven cars, mobile phones and cash from them.
LAHORE: Pakistan Rangers on Wednesday arrested a youth, who allegedly slaughtered his mother and removed her eyes over Rs 1.2 million on Tuesday, and handed him over to the Ichhra police, said Ichhra Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Awais Sadiq Shah.
LANDI KOTAL: Political authorities on Wednesday arrested an Indian national at the Torkhum border for trying to inter Pakistan without legal documents. The Indian national identified as Shri SB Dha, was travelling in a truck.
LAKKI MARWAT: Two college teachers, who had been kidnapped along with two other persons near Serai Naurang on January 21, were recovered on Wednesday after payment of ransom, sources said.
LAKKI MARWAT: Three friends were reportedly shot dead by a fourth friend at a village here on Wednesday. Dadiwala police was informed that three dead bodies were lying in the Shanway nullah near Mash Mastikhani upon which the police recovered the bullet-riddled bodies.“In the meantime relatives of the slain persons also reached there and identified them as Gul Aslam, Basam Jan and Israr,” a police official said.
LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Wednesday ordered DIG (Investigation) Tasadduq Hussain to hold an inquiry against two police officers for torturing the husband and son of an Iranian national woman, Khadeeja, after involving them in a kidnapping for ransom case.
KARACHI: The Judicial Magistrate, West, Shafiqullah M. Hassan, on Wednesday considered the interim charge-sheet submitted on Dec 14 by the investigation officer of the couple’s murder case as a final challan, and transferred the case to the court of district and sessions judge, West.
HYDERABAD: Members of Matiari district’s Kaka community staged a protest demonstration outside the press club here on Wednesday against the murder of Imam Ali Kaka and the delay in the arrest of the people who had allegedly killed him.
KHANEWAL: Despite court orders to register a case against six policemen for allegedly torturing a man to death during custody a few days ago, the Khanewal police have not yet registered the case. Allah Bakhsh allegedly died due to police torture during custody at Nawan Shehr police station on Jan 24, and Kabirwala Additional District and Sessions Judge Muhammad Akmal Khan had ordered registration of a case against eight people, including the six policemen, on Tuesday.
ISLAMABAD: The police on Wednesday arrested a serving constable along with his accomplice and seized 47 mobile phone sets worth millions of rupees. The police eye more arrests on the way, saying intensive search for nine other members of the gang is underway. They said that special teams had been sent to Layyah and Sargodha for the arrests.