16 culprits arrested in Islamabad police drive
ISLAMABAD: During a special drive against the anti–social elements, the capital police on Sunday arrested some 16 culprits from various areas of the city and recovered tampered car, illegal weapons and drugs from their possession. According to the details, ASI Mian Noor Ullah from Anti–Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) recovered a tampered car (ACK–971) from an accused Amjad Ali.
ASI Faiz Ahmed from Secretariat police station arrested an accused Imran and recovered one 32-bore pistol along with 10 bullets from him while ASI Muhammad Malik arrested two accused Asad and Aheel and recovered one 30 bore pistol from their possession. Sub–Inspector Ghulam Muhammad Shah from Bhara Kau police station arrested a thief Zahid Qasir and recovered stolen items amounting to rupees 25,000 from him.
Meanwhile, Sub–Inspector Abdul Jabbar from Margalla police station arrested a drug peddler and recovered 30-gramme hashish from him. ASI Tanveer Ahmed along with a police team from Golara police station raided in Sector D-12 and arrested 3 accused Shahid Mehamood, Rameez Yousaf and a lady accused Iqra bibi involved in immoral activities.
Sub–Inspector Muhammad Fayyaz arrested a drug peddler Abdullah and recovered 400–gramme heroine from him. ASI Tasneem Ahmed along with police team from CIA police arrested 4 accused involved in street crimes and recovered 3 snatched mobiles phone from their possession. ASI Tariq Khan from Sabzi Mandi police station arrested a bus driver who had installed illegal gas cylinder in the bus.
Sub–Inspector from Bani Gala police station arrested a drug peddler Imran and recovered 1.20-kilogramme hashish from him. ASI Sohail Akram from Kohsar police station arrested an accused Akeel Ahmed and recovered 14 can beer from him. The police have been registered the cases against these nabbed persons and further investigations are underway.
SSP Islamabad Yaseen Farooq has appreciated this overall performance and directed all police officials to ensure effective vigilance and patrolling in their respective areas.