Islamabad: Islamabad Police on Thursday arrested 20 outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered laptop, movie camera, mobile phones, four pistols, one kilogram hashish, 10 wine bottles and other looted items from their possession, a police spokesman said.
Station House Officer of Margallah police station Inspector Arshad Ali Abro and ASI Muhammad Raees nabbed two accused Shehzad and Faiz Ahmed and recovered cash, mobile phones, movie camera, laptop from their possession. Sub-Inspector Muhammad Basheer from CIA police nabbed Waheed Ahmed and Nadeem Ahmed and recovered looted items worth Rs. 30,000 from their possession.
ASI Abdul Sattar from Bhara Kau police nabbed Riaz for having one 30 bore pistol while Sub-Inspector Abdul Razzaq from Ramna police station nabbed Ameer Mukhtar in possession of 30 bore pistol.
ASI Muhammad Iqbal from Shalimar police station arrested Mohsin Raza and Tanveer Shah for having two 30 bore pistols. Sub-Inspector Muhammad Aslam from Golra police apprehended Ghulam Mustafa for having 560 gram hashish while ASI Abrar Hussain from Tarnol police arrested an accused Sheikh Tahir for possessing 30 bore pistol.
ASI Asif Shah from Sabzi Mandi police station nabbed Saeed for having 12 bore gun while a drug pusher Sherzada was arrested by Sub-Inspector Sher Muhammad for possessing 510 gram hashish.
Meanwhile, Aabpara police arrested Naveed, Ashfaq, Babar Waqas, Sana Aarzoo, Nisha and Sobia for their alleged involvement in immoral activities and also recovered 10 wine bottles from them. Cases have been registered against all these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway from them.
IGP Islamabad Bani Amin Khan and SSP Islamabad Muhammad Yousuf Malik have appreciated this performance and all police officials have been directed to intensify patrolling as well as vigilance to curb activities of anti-social elements.
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Capital Territory Police Islamabad Pakistan
Data centre H-11, Admin Block, Police Head Quarter, Islamabad
Tel: +9251 925 8371 Ext (160)
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