Islamabad: Chinese national looted
ISLAMABAD: A Chinese national working on a project of the Oil and Gas Development Company (OGDCL) was deprived of $3,000 by some car riders who introduced themselves as officials of the police special branch here on Friday. It may be noted that Interior Minister Rehman Malik had on Thursday directed the inspector general of Islamabad police to take special measures for the security of the Chinese nationals working in the capital city. He had also directed the secretary interior to convene a meeting about the security of the Chinese working in Pakistan.
The police said the Chinese national was intercepted by the car riders at Blue Area near Kulsoom Plaza, who said they were from the special branch of the police. The bandits started body search of the Chinese during which they snatched the $3,000 and fled. An officer of the army, responsible for the security of the Chinese nationals, lodged a complaint with Kohsar police for registration of a case.