Islamabad: Police arrests 14 outlaws, seize liquor and hashish
ISLAMABAD: Tarnol police seized a huge quantity of liquor from a truck during special checking at Tarnol Chowk, which was being smuggled to Islamabad and arrested three persons, a police spokesperson said here Thursday.
On a tip off, Tarnol police enhanced checking and a special team was constituted under the supervision of Station House Officer (SHO) Fazlur Rehman including Sub-Inspector (SI) Ghulam Shabbir, Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Abdul Ghafoor and Head Constable Tahir Abbas. This team stopped a truck (RIK-257) at police picket near Tarnol Chowk on GT road.
Police recovered 7,200 liquor bottles of various brands concealed in cartons. Truck driver Javed Iqbal, conductor Zahoor Khan and Abbas Khan, residents of Havalian Abbottabad were also arrested.
Meanwhile, SI Muhammad Ajmal of Tarnol police seized a drug pusher Sar Taj and recovered 1.520-kilogram of hashish while SI Saleem Ullah of Women police station seized Rajesh Khan in possession of 10 liquor bottles. Industrial area police nabbed alleged thieves Khan Wazeer, Izat Ullan and recovered 14 mobile phones from them.
ASI Haider Ali of CIA police arrested Jalil Ahmed, Adeeb, Nasir Mehmud, Babar Shehzad, Mohsin Zeb Gul Rehman and Majid in possessing of stolen items while ASI Muhammad Ali of CIA police recovered a 30-bore pistol from an accused Mohsin Zeb.