Islamabad: 2 ‘fraudsters’ arrested at PIMS
ISLAMABAD: The Margalla police late Wednesday night arrested two fraudsters from Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) on the charges of looting people after intoxicating them. According to a press statement, Chaudhry Mujasam Hussain, resident of Moharri, Rawalpindi district, along with his three friends came to PIMS on September 12 to inquire about the health of a patient admitted there.
On Wednesday night they were sitting in the lawn of the hospital when a boy came there and sat with them. After a while, another boy came there, who portrayed himself as a waiter. They ordered the second boy to bring four cups of tea.
He served intoxicated tea to them and later both boys took away three mobile phones, Rs 9,500 in cash and three CNICs with them.
On the directives of SP (West circle) Nasir Aftab, Margalla police arrested the two fraudsters who were later identified as Ishtiaq Ahmed and Shakeel Ahmed, residents of Abbottabad district. The investigation team also recovered three mobile phones, Rs 9500 in cash and three CNICs from them.
The accused also confessed their involvement in several such activities in the hospitals of Rawalpindi and Islamabad.