Sasta bazaar fire victims get relief cheques

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Rawalpindi

Commissioner Rawalpindi Capt (R) Saqib Zafar on Friday distributed relief cheques among 27 victims of the Dhamial Sasta bazaar fire here at his office. Saqib handed over cheques of Rs 10 million to the victims of the blaze that had destroyed their shops on June 20.
Speaking on the occasion, the commissioner assured the traders that that all available resources would be utilized to resolve the problems faced by trader’s community as the traders were the backbone of the country.—APP

Outlaws including dacoits arrested

The police arrested 23 outlaws including three dacoits and recovered motorcycles, illegal weapons with ammunition a police spokesman said here on Friday.
According to details, DIG (Operations) Waqar Ud Din Syed had ordered all zonal police officers to accelerate efforts to curb vehicle and motorbikes theft, street crimes and other heinous nature of crimes from Capital and high vigilance should be maintained at all entry exit points.
A police team headed by SHO Tarnol Shamas Akbar along with ASI Muhammad Saleem and other officials busted a three members dacoits gang who were identified as Abdul Razzaq, Noor Ud Din and Usman khan.
Bhara Kahu police recovered nine tin of bear from Hasnain while Bani Gala police arrested a culprit namely Ibrar Hussain and recovered one 30 bore pistol. 10 culprits for constructing buildings illegally were also nabbed by Bani Gala police. CIA Police have arrested two accused namely Yasir Masih and Abdul Salam and recovered 200 litre wine from their possession.—APP

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