4 crime gangs busted in Islamabad
Islamabad: The CIA Police has busted four gangs, comprising 24 members including Afghan nationals, active in Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Gold ornaments, four motorbikes, two cars, one Kalashnikov, weapons used in crime, electronic machinery worth Rs4 million were recovered from their possession.
The newly appointed SSP Muhammad Yousaf Malik said this while addressing a press conference. He said that cases of heinous nature of police stations were transferred to the CIA Wing of the Islamabad Police. On the orders of the IGP, the task was assigned to SP (Investigation) Chaudhry Liaquat, who formed a team, headed by CIA In-charge Bashir Ahmed Noon. The team managed to arrest eight Afghan nationals, a proclaimed offender and eight other outlaws involved in crimes.
During initial investigation, the arrested men confessed to their involvement in theft incidents in the city. Police also recovered gold ornaments, two motorbikes, one car, a Kalashnikov, two pistols and electronic goods from their possession. They committed nine thefts and robberies in the area in the jurisdiction of Shalimar Police Station, four in Margalla Police Station and three in Koral Police area and others in the limits of Industrial Area Police Station.
Out of the arrested men, eight are Afghan nationals and identified as Mirbaz, son of Abdul Mannan; Rahimullah, son of Ameer Aman Khan; Syed Karim, son of Muhammad Hanif; Abdul Hadi, son of Khan Jan; Nizamuddin, son of Behram Khan; Sher Dil, son of Khushdil, Karim Ullah and Abdul Wahab.
Other accused have been identified as Mushtaq, Vikram Masih, residents of Narowal, Muhammad Riaz, resident of Khanewal, Khuram Ali Abbasi, son of Saghar Akbar Abbasi, resident of Muzaffarabad, Nematullah, resident of Rawalpindi; Shakil Ahmed, resident of Rawalpindi; Hafeezur Rehman, resident of Jhelum, Iftikhar Ahmed, resident of Rawalpindi, Umer Khan, resident of Rawalpindi, Mohammad Abbas, Mohammad Riaz, Mushtaq and Yousaf. The victims of crime incidents were also present.