Karachi: LEAs round up 38 more suspects
KARACHI: Law enforcers claimed to have captured around 38 criminals during separate targeted raids and operations across the city on Thursday.
In the first happening, Special Investigation Unit apprehended an alleged target killer, Shahzad. The officials said that accused was involved in killing two persons in Mominabad, while robbery cases were also registered against him in Korangi Industrial Area and Sharafi Goth police stations.
Separately, police claimed to have detained two bandits from Block–7, Gulshan-e-Iqbal, who were looting valuables from a house.
On a tip-off, police reached in time that prompted the culprits to resort to firing. The police team retaliated to the gunfire and injured both suspects, who were later arrested.
The accused were identified as Mohammad Sohail and Gul Bahar. Police also recovered weapons and looted items from their possession.
On the other hand, Zaman Town police claimed to have held around nice suspects involved in street crime and robberies.
The arrests were made during separate targeted raids and operations in various parts of the city.
Similarly, Awami Colony police arrested two street criminals, Noman and Abid, and also recovered mobile phones from their possession.
Moreover, Pakistan Rangers Sindh detained around 24 hardened criminals from various parts of the city including Landhi No 1 and 5, Jauhar Mor, Hussainabad, Shah Faisal Colony, Nazimabad No 2, Liaquatabad, Ali Mohammad Mohalla, Hangorabad and Powerhouse. According to Rangers spokesman political workers, gangsters and other criminals were among the detainees. The official also claimed to have recovered weapons from their custody.