Arms seized in Rawalpindi, Peshawar
RAWALPINDI: Police have seized two consignments of foreign and local arms at Rawalpindi and Peshawar railway stations, official sources said here on Monday.
Senior Superintendent of Railway Police Javed Khan confirmed that the police had seized 57 wooden boxes containing weapons.
The consignment was booked on the two-down Khyber Mail from Peshawar for different arm dealers in Karachi and Badin.
The second seizure of foreign made arms was made at the Peshawar railway station. The consignment comprising 480 wooden boxes was lying in the parcel room of the railway station when the police seized it.
“The arms were China made. But it was not known who had booked it and for whom,” the SSP said.