11 outlaws held; narcotics and weapons recovered

General Official News

Islamabad, October 18, 2018 (PPI-OT): Islamabad Police have arrested 11 outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered heroine, hashish, wine, mobile, weapons and stolen property from their possession. Following directions of Senior Superintendent of Police (Operations) Syed Mohammad Amin Bukhari, he said that efforts were accelerated to arrest those involved in drug peddling activities.

According to details, Sub-Inspector Saif-Ullah from Bhar Kahu police arrested a drug peddler namely Muhammad Yasir and recovered 460 gram heroin from him. The nabbed accused also confessed his involvement in drug peddling activities at educational institutions. Sub-Inspector Ashiq Hussain from Khanna police arrested accuse Bakht Munir and recovered 4040 gram hashish from him.

Sub-Inspector Amjad Ali from Sabzi Mandi police arrested accuse Atif Hussain and recovered 315 gram heroin. Sub-inspector Sarfraz Ahmed from Koral Police recovered 40 liter wine from the possession of arrested accused Jahanzaib and Abid Mehmood. ASI Zulfaqar from Sihala police arrested accuse Muhammad Shafique and recovered one 32 bore pistol along with ammunition.

Sub-Inspector Asif Hussain from CIA police arrested accuse Osama Ahmed and recovered one 30 bore illicit pistol from him and ASI Tasneem Ahmed arrested accuse Fazal Rahim and recovered snatched mobile phone from him. ASI Saleem Raza from Shalimar police arrested two accused Noman Ejaz and Muhammad Habib and recovered stolen digital camera from their possession.

Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway from them. SSP Islamabad Syed Mohammad Amin Bukhari has directed all Station House Officers for effective crackdown against those involvement in drug peddling activities. He asked for renewed efforts to curb such practices and get rid of society from such menace. He said that performance in this regard would be reviewed on continuous basis.

He said that menace of drug peddling would not be allowed in educational institutions or anywhere and strict action to be ensured against those involved in such ugly business or activity. The SSP also categorically asked all police officials to focus on resolving the public complaints and take every possible step to provide maximum relief to citizens.

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