Karachi: 3 Iranian bandits remanded
KARACHI: As reported by the Daily Times, the Karachi (west) judicial magistrate on Wednesday granted four-day physical remand of two men allegedly accused in a robbery case while their woman accomplice was sent into judicial custody for two weeks. Orangi Town police station Investigation Officer (IO) Mukhtiar produced the three suspects named Farhad, Imtiaz Hussain and Ms Suraya in the court of Judicial Magistrate Rasool Bukhsh Meerjat and submitted an application for the remand of the accused. He stated that area residents grabbed the culprits when they were escaping after committing a robbery. Rangers personnel took them into custody and handed the suspects over to the Orangi police, he added. The application stated that the suspects hailing from Iran possessed Pakistani identity cards and the police wanted to interrogate them further as to how they acquired the Computerised National Identity Cards and their association with any criminal gangs. However, the court sent the woman suspect to jail for two weeks after she claimed that during police custody her pregnancy was aborted and issued directions for her medical check up.