Outlaws arrested; bike, weapons recovered

ISLAMABAD/RAWALPINDI: The Islamabad police have arrested 29 outlaws from various areas of the city and have recovered stolen bike, weapons, and stolen property from their possession, a police spokesperson said.According to reports, the Sihala police arrested a man and recovered a stolen bike from his possession. The Secretariat police arrested a thief and recovered stolen property amounting to Rs 16,000 from him. The Banigala police arrested an accused and recovered one 30 bore pistol along with ammunition from him. The Shahzad Town and Aabpara police nabbed twenty-four persons in violation of Section 144. Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway from them. Meanwhile, the Islamabad police nabbed two proclaimed offenders during a crackdown against absconders and have also accelerated the efforts to arrest those who are being at large, despite their involvement in crimes of heinous nature. Meanwhile, three vehicles and 41 bikes were also impounded during checking which were being driven without authentic documents. The Police team also apprehended two suspects from various area of the city during a search operation. Islamabad SSP Muhammad Ali Nekokara has appreciated the overall performance and has further directed for effective policing and vigilance in the city.On the other hand, the Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) on Saturday recovered 64 kilogrammes of charras, 2 kilogrammes of heroin, 1,900 grammes of amphetamine, besides arresting three drug smugglers. According to the official sources, the ANF, Peshawar airport team arrested a drug smuggler and recovered 1,200 grammes of amphetamine and 350 grammes of heroin from his possession. He was boarding for Jeddah, the sources said. The ANF team also arrested another accused and recovered two kilogrammes of heroin and 700 grammes of amphetamine, concealed in small boxes. The ANF Karachi apprehended one person at Shikarpur, Jacobabad Road, Sukkur and recovered 64 kilogrammes of charras from his possession. Cases have been registered against the accused and further investigation is underway.Moreover, six cops were awarded various departmental punishments, including dismissal from service by City Police Officer (CPO), Hamyoun Bashir Tarar on various charges.According to reports, the CPO took stern action against the cops during a meeting held at the Police Lines which was chaired by him. Those who were awarded punishment of dismissal from service included Inspector Israel Khan who was absent from the duty from the last six months. Two constables on charge of negligence were also dismissed. Inspector Hafeez Rehman for showing negligence and not controlling crimes in the area was awarded punishment of forfeiture of two years service. Sub-Inspector Muzhar Hussain on poor investigation was awarded punishment of forfeiture of one year service. Constable Nasir Aziz, who was absent from his duty for the last six months was awarded punishment of six months forfeiture of service. Spokesperson of the CPO said that the police officials, who were awarded different punishments, were found guilty of various charges, including irresponsible attitude, negligence, and absence from duty.

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