Islamabad: Police arrest 10 outlaws, seize hashish, weapons
ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad police have arrested 10 outlaws from various areas of the city besides recovering four-kilogram hashish, weapons and stolen property from them a police spokesman said.
According to details, Sub–Inspector Muhammad Nawaz from along with police team arrested a drug peddler Raiz and recovered four–kilogram hashish from him. The Karachi Company police arrested a thief Abdul Qadar.
Meanwhile, Sabzi Mandi police arrested a thief Paly Khan and recovered stolen property from him. Koral police arrested accused Tahir Mustaiq and recovered a 30 bore illicit pistol along with ammunition. Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway from them. Meanwhile, the police team arrested six professional alm-seekers from various area of the city. Islamabad senior superintendent police (SSP) has appreciated the overall performance and directed all police officials to accelerate their efforts to curb activities of anti–social elements.
Meanwhile the Islamabad police have arrested 20 suspects during the ongoing search operations in various areas of the city.
Islamabad Inspector General (IG) of Police Tahir Alam Khan directed all sub-divisional police officers (SDPOs) and the station house officers (SHOs) to enhance patrolling as well as checking in various areas of the city and conduct search operation at slum areas, including the Afghan habitats, under construction buildings, workshops, bus stands and inns.
Following his directions, Sabzi Mandi Police Station (SHO) along with police team conducted search in the area of Sabzi Mandi as well as under construction buildings and plazas there.
They succeeded to nab 20 suspects who are being investigated further.
Islamabad Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Sajid Kiani has said the purpose of search operations and high vigilance is to ensure foolproof security in the city. He has also appealed the citizens to remain vigilant and inform police in case of any suspicious activity around them.