Islamabad: Capital Police dislodges 30 fake cases during two months
Islamabad: Islamabad Police have submitted challans of 830 cases into courts after completing investigation on them during the current year and a total of 30 fake cases were also dislodged from the various police stations and legal action under section 182 PPC is underway against those involved in bogus litigation.
On the directions of IGP Islamabad Wajid Ali Khan Durrani and DIG (Operations) Bani Amin Khan, SSP Islamabad Tahair Alam Khan has asked all SPs to look into all under investigation cases at the police stations of their respective zones and ensure immediate steps to submit their challans into courts after completing the transparent investigation on them.
The SSP had also reviewed the performance in this regard during the last months and was told that challans of 830 cases were submitted into courts after completion of transparent probe into them while rectification was made into 38 objectionable cases and their challans were resubmitted into courts.
Meanwhile, a total of 30 fake cases were also dislodged from the various police stations of the city and legal action against fake litigants is also underway.
The SSP has also directed all SPs, DSPs and Station House Officers of 14 police stations to devise an effective strategy to arrest thieves and bust gangs involved in dacoities and crimes of heinous nature.
He said that all registered cases should be investigated on merit and complaints should be satisfied as per law. He had issued directions to all police officials working with investigation wing and police stations to complete the probe on under-investigation cases at earliest in a transparent manner and submit their challans into courts in order to ensure relief to the people. Tahir Alam Khan has also directed to ensure arrest of proclaimed offenders, court absconders at earliest and ensure strict vigilance and checking at the entry and exit points of the city to avoid any untoward incident.
The SSP also warned that those police officials having poor performance in curbing criminal activities would have to face disciplinary action.