16 criminal’s rounded up in capital; drugs and weapons recovered


Islamabad Capital territory police have arrested 16 outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered drugs, hukkah and flavours and weapons with ammunition from their possession during the last 24 hours, a Police Public Relation Officer said.

He said that, DIG (Operations) Sohail Zafar Chatha had categorically ordered all zonal officers to curb the crime in their respective areas and arrest those involved in looting innocent people and involved in illegal activities.

Following these directives, Bani Gala police apprehended the accused namely Samiullah and recovered one 30 bore pistol along with ammunition

from his possession. Tarnol police arrested a drug peddler namely Saif Khan and recovered 1260 gram heroin from his possession.

Shehzad Town police arrested 03 accused namely Khan Said, Ehsan farooq and Kamran and recovered two 30 bore pistols along with ammunition and 170 gram hashish from their possession.

Moreover Khanna police arrested accused namely Ishaq Khan and recovered 1080 gram hashish and 10 gram Ice from their possession. Noon Police arrested two afghan national accused Akber Khan and Jalal living Pakistan illegally. Ramana police team raided at illegal “Sheesha Center” and arrested four accused namely Zeeshan Saleem, Zahid Akber,

Pervez and Imran and recovered six hukkah and flavours from their possession.

While, on the tip off Tarnol police team raided at illegal “Sheesha Centers” and arrested three accused namely

Abdul Rahim, Muhammad Tahir and Waqar Ahmed and recovered hukkah and flavours from their possession.

Cases against all the nominated accused have been registered and further investigation is underway.While, during a special crackdown against absconders,Margalla police team nabbeda proclaimed offender.

Islamabad capital police intensify the ongoing crackdown against  criminal elements in order to reduce crime and arrest the culpritsinvolved in it.



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