Islamabad: Man sending threatening letters to CJ arrested
ISLAMABAD: The Capital City Police have finally arrested the man who wrote two letters to the Supreme Court early September threatening Chief Justice Iftikhar Mohammad Chaudhry.
The Secretariat police have hunted down the culprit, Yusuf Khan, against whom a case was registered (FIR-129) following the incident and investigations were launched under SP (City) Capt. Ilyas.
The letters, apparently written by one ‘Aashi’ indicated that a plan to target the CJ was being prepared at the beauty parlour run by Fauzia Khan. A team of investigators traced Fauzia Khan through her mobile phone number, which was mentioned in the letters sent by Aashi.
During the course of investigations, Fauzia disclosed that Aashi had been working with her but had left the job about a month ago. She also told the police that Aashi, who hails from Gujranwala, had married Yousaf and had joined the parlour without informing her husband.