Islamabad: Proclaimed offender arrested
ISLAMABAD: The capital police on Wednesday arrested a proclaimed offender for his alleged involvement in double murder which he committed a year ago for honour. Sub-Divisional Police Officer of Shahzad Town Circle Deputy Superintendent of Police Khurshid Khan told Dawn that the accused, IH, was arrested during a raid at a house located in Village Tarki Kalan in Nilor police area.
The accused wanted to Nilor Police in connection with double murder committed in the first week of August 2010 in the name of honour. Later court declared him proclaimed offender in the case. Later, he was shifted to police station and put behind bars. He will be produced in the court of law on Thursday.
The DSP said that the PO was an addict and would be interrogated with a lot of care. Besides capital police, the accused also wanted to Gujar Khan Police in connection with to murders, Mr Khan added.
In August 2010, the accused along with his six other accomplices were in hiding in a jungle of Charah located in at the boundary of capital and Azad Kashmir when two POs, Zulfiqar Ali and Qamar Iqbal, wanted to Jhang Police in connection with murder and robbery, also joined them.
During the period of their hiding, one of the POs established illicit relation with the sister of IH as she along with her mother used to come over there to deliver foods, clothes and other necessity of lives to IH, the SDPO said.