Outlaws arrested; 315 wine bottles, weapons seized

ISLAMABAD: The Sihala and Koral Police Stations have arrested six persons for their alleged involvement in bootlegging, street crime, dacoities, and recovered 315 wine bottles and weapons from their possession, a police spokesperson said.According to reports, the task was assigned to SP (Rural) Zubair Ahmed Sheikh to ensure arrest of those involved in street crimes in his area. The SP constituted a special team, including Sihala Police Station SHO Inspector Aashiq Hussain, Sub-Inspector Muhammad Hanif, Constables Asad Inayat, Sajjad Ali, and Abrar Hussain. This team arrested four gangsters from Banghrel Road and recovered snatched motorbike, weapons, and other valuables from them.Meanwhile, the Koral police team under supervision of SHO Inspector Muhammad Rauf Kinai and others raided at the house in Alipur and recovered 315 wine bottles from there. The police have arrested the persons accused. Further investigation is underway from these nabbed persons and Islamabad SSP Muhammad Ali Nekokara has appreciated this effort of the police teams.On the other hand, the Margalla police has busted a five-member gang of fraudsters who used to show themselves as a staff of Aiwan-e-Saddar and mint money from simpleton after enticing them to give jobs in police, as well as other government departments and awarding them contracts of various projects, a police spokesperson said on Friday. According to reports, the police, on a tip-off raided a house and arrested the persons accused. The case has been registered against the nabbed persons and further investigation is underway from them.Moreover, the police also recovered two vehicles with official number plates, fake departmental cards and bogus letters issued to the police for induction in the police department. For further investigation, their physical remand has been obtained from the concerned court. Meanwhile, the Secretariat police nabbed an accused that used to pressurise the officials of the Railway Ministry after portraying himself as a MPA. Later, it was proved that he was a fake MPA who used to made interruption in the official matters of the staff of the Railway Ministry and take bribe from them. The sources further informed that several political officials were giving him a helping hand.Nekokara has appreciated this effort and has announced cash prizes and commendation certificates for the members of the police team who nabbed these fraudsters. 

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