Transforming Islamabad into crime free city top priority: SSP

Staff Reporter

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Operations Dr Syed Mustafa Tanvir has said the force has renewed efforts to transform Islamabad into a crime free capital.
In a statement issued here on Monday, he said that all resources would be utilized to secure the lives and properties of citizens.

Meanwhile capital police arrested 17 outlaws including two members of a snatcher gang and recovered cash, mobile phone, narcotic and weapons from their possession.
As per details SHO Sabzi Mandi Malik Liaqat Ali along with other official held two dacoits identified as Hamza Khan and Muhammad Umar and recovered two pistols with ammunition, cash and two mobile phones which were snatched in different incidents.
During preliminary investigation, the accused confessed numerous incidents of snatching in areas of IJP road and Sabzi Mandi. Cases have been registered against the suspects and further investigation is underway from them.
Further-more Bhara Kahu police arrested accused Zubair and recovered stolen valuable from him.

Ramana police apprehended three accused Arslan, Sarwer and Azam Ali and recovered 1.450 kilogram hashish and one 9mm pistol and 100 cartridges from their possession.
Golra police arrested two Afghan national accused Muhammad Ali and Ikram. Secretariat police arrested three accused Arshad, Ijaz and Muhammad Nawaz and recovered one 44 bore, one 12 bore gun and one 30 bore pistol along with ammunition from their possession.

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