KARACHI: Rangers officials carried out targeted raids in different parts of the city and detained 55 suspects, including alleged terrorists associated with banned organisations, on Sunday. (more…)
KARACHI: At least 310 suspects were arrested by Rangers’ personnel and police during targeted raids in different areas of Karachi today.
KARACHI: The police’s Special Investigation Unit has arrested 16 men, seven of them proclaimed offenders.
KARACHI: Law enforcement agencies carried out various targeted operations in the city and claimed to have arrested over 100 suspects including target killers and extortionists. According to details, city police carried out 83 raids in various localities of the metropolis and arrested accused including operatives of drug mafia, extortionists and others involved in various other criminal activities.
KARACHI: Four men alleged to be involved in extortion and other heinous crimes were arrested on Monday. The Special Investigation Unit Karachi following a tip-off about the presence of criminals in Saeedabad conducted a raid at a hideout there. After a brief encounter arrested Tahir alias Teenda, Saeed Ghani alias Buddha, Saleem and Rafaqat Ali.
KARACHI: Police has arrested fifty–four suspects including two extortionists, eight car lifters, thirteen fugitives and a wanted from Karachi in 24 hours, Geo News reported Wednesday. According to a Sindh police statement, police managed to arrest the above accused in an ongoing crack down on the criminal elements in Karachi east, west and south zone.
KARACHI: The Anti-Extremism Cell (AEC) of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) on Wednesday arrested 17 suspects including three activists of Lashker–e-Jhangvi (LJ) and one of Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), from different parts of the city. They were wanted in more than 60 target killing cases, including two Pakistan People’s Party supporters in Saeedabad. The CID also claimed to have recovered six hand grenades, two Kalashnikovs, 11 TT pistols, two 222 rifles and a repeater from their possession.
KARACHI: Two policemen were shot dead off the Superhighway on Thursday evening, bringing the number of policemen killed in the city during the current year to 102. One of the victims just before his death had called his superior officer, informing him that they had been shot at near Wilayat Shah Mazar, DIG (east) Shahid Hayat told Dawn. Police constables Mohammad Kamran and Asghar Ali, both deputed at the Sabzi Mandi police post, after their duty hours went to have tea when they were targeted, said an official at the Sachal police station.
MARDAN: A man committed suicide on the morning of his marriage ceremony in Saeed Abad locality here on Sunday. Locals and relatives said they found the bridegroom Fazal Rehman dead inside the guest room where he had locked himself. The relatives broke open the door after he did not respond to their calls. They said that the family members rushed him to the district headquarters hospital Mardan, where doctors pronounced him dead. He had shot himself in the head. The family while registering FIR with the Par Hoti police station, said the incident occurred at a time when the wedding procession was about to leave for the bride’s home.
KARACHI: The 35 “absconding” under-trial prisoners that the Supreme Court wants arrested were all released on parole by the Sindh government almost nine years ago – within a four–month period from August 7, 2003, to November 20, 2003. On November 3, the apex court in its eight-page dossier on the implementation of Karachi violence case had directed all the trial courts concerned to issue non–bailable warrants against the suspects released despite their involvement in heinous crimes. The judges had expressed their utter shock when they came to know that over the years the Sindh government had released 193 convicted and 35 under-trial prisoners from different prisons of the province. The Sindh police chief and home departments were also ordered to ensure their arrest and present them before the courts.