Rs .5m jewellery stolen from house in Diplomatic Enclave
ISLAMABAD: Jewellery worth of over Rs 500,000 was stolen from a house located in Diplomatic Enclave on Wednesday, but federal police officials are trying to cover up the incident as house was located in red zone claimed by the police the most secure place.
A person can get a house in Diplomatic Enclave only after his security clearance as well as of all his employees and maids who work there.
According to police sources, Malik Mubarak, a resident of Diplomatic Enclave informed DIG Security Mujeebur Rehman that a diamond necklace and airings were missing from his house. He suspected that there housemaid might be involved in theft he shouted at her abut 10 days back.
Secretariat Police Station House Officer (SHO) Inspector Haq Nawaz Bhatti confirmed that a complainant along with another person came to him but as a female was nominated as suspect in the application so he referred the case to women police station. Duty officer ASI Khalid said women police went to the Diplomatic Enclave and searched the house.
Women police station duty officer told Daily Times that SHO Parveen Fatima was investigating the case. She said the SHO was not present in the police Station and application of the case might be with her.
This scribe tried to contact the SHO but her phone did not respond. Spokesman for police Naeem Iqbal refused occurrence of any such incident in Diplomatic Enclave.
Iqbal said he has checked all authorities concerned and he was sure that nothing was stolen from any house in Diplomatic Enclave. Daily Times also contacted DIG Security Mujeebur Rehman but he did not receive the call.