Islamabad: ICT police nabs 10 outlaws; recovers drugs and weapons
ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Police on Thursday arrested 10 outlaws from various localities of the city and recovered drugs, wine and weapons from their possession, a police spokesman said. According to details, Inspector General of Police Bani Amin Khan and SSP Islamabad Yassen Farooq assigned the task to arrest the accused involved in hashish and wine smuggling. Station House Officer of Sabzi Mandi police station Inspector Qasim Khan Naizi and Sub–Inspector Alamgeer Khan during special checking arrested two accused Salman and Kamran of Peshawar and recovered eight–and–a-half kilograms hashish from their possession.
SHO Bani Gala Fayyaz Ahmad Ranjha and ASI Sajjid Hussain arrested two accused Talib Hussain and Shamshad Hussain and recovered 286 bottles wine from their possession. Sub-Inspector Asghar Ali from CIA police arrested two accused Mehboob Ali and Shahid Ali Khan and recovered gold ornaments amounting to rupees 350,000 from their possession.
Sub–Inspector Nusrat Ali from Golar police station arrested accused Muhammad Saqib and recovered 400 grams hashish from him. ASI Ali Asghar from Tarnol Police Station arrested accused Salman and recovered one SMG along with five cartridges from him.
ASI Umer Hayyat from Nilor police station during patrolling arrested accused Sajjad Mehmood and recovered one 12 bore gun along with three cartridges from him. ASI Iftkahir Ahmad from Shahzad Town police station arrested accused Muhammad Bilal and recovered a bottle of wine. Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway.
IGP Islamabad Bani Amin Khan and SSP Islamabad Yaseen Farooq have appreciated this overall performance and directed all police officials to curb activities of anti–social elements.