SUKKUR: A woman attempted self immolation in Mirpurkhas on Tuesday, police said. Mst Amna Khaskheli attempted to self immolate over torture and violence of her husband and mother in law. Inmates of the house rescued her, but 70 percent of her body was burnt.
QUETTA: Police arrested two drug smugglers and recovered huge quantity of narcotics and one pistol from their possession here at Pashtoon Bagh area of the provincial capital on Monday. Police sources said acting on a tip off, police team conducted raid at a place and apprehended two persons including Muhibullah and Jan Muhammad. 200 kg narcotics and one pistol were seized from their possession. They are being interrogated.
ISLAMABAD: The Capital Police have arrested 20 outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered 3.285 kilogram hashish, 650 bottles of wine, a cache of weapons and looted items from their possession, a police spokesman said on Friday. On a tip off, Crime Investigation Agency team nabbed five bootleggers identified as Faisal, Mushtaq, Gulfaraz, Arshad, Waseem, Naeem and recovered 650 bottles of from them. Golra police arrested Adnan with 3.75 kilogram hashish while Secretariat police apprehended Ali Imran for possessing 210 gram hashish.
LAHORE: Gulberg Police smashed two motorcycle lifting gangs and arrested four accused and recovered three stolen motorcycles, mobile phones besides illegal weapons. During preliminary interrogation, gangsters confessed to 37 incidents of motorcycle lifting in various places of the city. A special police team, led by SPO Gulberg, arrested the accused of Sanni and Premi motorcycle lifting gangs. The arrested were identified as Haseeb, Zulfiqar, Pervez and Umair Raja.
LAHORE: CIA Police Civil Lines claimed to have arrested three women who looted gold ornaments worth Rs900,000 from a house of national cricketers Kamran brothers at Defence. A special police team led by DSP Civil Line arrested the accused– Ahmad Bibi and her two daughters Fatima and Nasim– after completing investigation. The accused also confessed of their crime while police also recovered stolen gold ornaments.
LARKANA: A PML-N worker was killed while another was wounded in a gun attack on a restaurant near the Chandka bridge here on Monday. One day before the attack, victim Asadullah Bhutto, 30, and the wounded man, Babar Solangi, 28, had a heated argument with some members of the Jagirani clan at a CNG station. On Monday armed men of the Jagirani clan opened fire, killing Asadullah and leaving Babar wounded, said police. The firing created panic in the area. The Waleed police detained five persons, including a police head constable Altaf Jagirani, along with repeaters said to have been used in the crime. Masood, Imtiaz, Fida Hussain and Barkat Jagirani were also picked up in the case for investigation.
QUETTA: Kohlu police rounded up an outlaw who had managed to escape from the police custody on Friday. Kohlu police sources said that Shorhan was wanted to police in several criminal cases and had escaped from the police custody some six days back. On a tip-off police raided the location where accused had holed up and arrested him after exchange of fire.
LAHORE: CIA Police Civil Lines claimed to have arrested three women who looted gold ornaments worth Rs 900,000 from a house of national cricketers Kamran brothers at Defence. A special police team led by DSP Civil Line, which arrested the accused Ahmad Bibi and her two daughters Fatima and Nasim after completing investigation. The accused also confessed of their crime while police also recovered stolen gold ornaments.
KARACHI: Rangers launched raid in Nazimabad and Yousuf Goth areas of the metropolis, detaining nine suspects and recovering weapons and drugs, sources said. Meanwhile, a gunny–bagged body was found in Nazimabad whose identity is unascertained yet. An injured person, who was shot other day near Joria Bazar, also succumbed to his injuries in the hospital. Angry mobs damaged emergency ward of Civil Hospital and launched violence against the hospital staffers over the death of a man named Shaoib.
PESHAWAR: At least four policemen including a Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) laid down their lives in the line of duty after militants attacked a check post in Matanai area here on Sunday night, Geo News reported. According to sources, a number of heavily armed men opened fire at the police and upon drawing a retaliatory fire hurled an incendiary at the check post setting it on fire. SSP Rural, Khurshid Khan and three other junior police officers were martyred in the attack. At least 12 cops were reported to have been injured, who were shifted to the hospital. A heavy backup was on its way to the check post under attack, police authorities told Geo News.