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POs among 21 outlaws held with narcotics, weapons in Capital

INP
ISLAMABAD
The Islamabad Police have arrested 21 outlaws including proclaimed offenders during separate actions in various areas of the city, recovered narcotics, weapons, mobile phones and other valuables from their possession.
According to details, Aabpara police arrested four accused namely Asad Latif , Abid Ali, Shakir Jahangir and Lal Zaman and recovered 1.385 kilogram hashish and 03 iron punches from their possession.
The Kohsar police arrested accused Simon Masih and recovered two stolen mobile phones from his personal possession.
The Bani Gala police arrested 03 accused including Asmat Ali, Asif Ameen and Ghulam Ali and recovered seven bottles wine from him.
The Golra police arrested an accused Ameer Hussain and recovered 1078 gram hashish from him.
The Tarnol police arrested an accused Muhammad Naseer and recovered 250 gram heroin from him.
The Sabzi Mandi police arrested Ejaz Khan and recovered stolen mobile phone.
The Khanna police arrested two accused Abdul Ghafar and Shahzad Ali and recovered 120 gram heroine and one 30 bore pistol from their possession.
The Sihala police arrested accused Nadeem Masih and recovered liquor from him.
The Lohi Bher police arrested accused Muhammad Fareed and recovered 120 gram hashish and one 30 bore pistol along with ammunition.
Further- more police also arrested 08 proclaimed offender from various areas of the city.
Separate cases were registered against the detainees at concerned police station and further investigation is underway from them.
DIG (Operations) Islamabad Waqar Uddin Syed has appreciated the performance and directed all police officials for high vigilance and monitoring against those involved in anti-social activities.

He said that it is the collective responsibility of the every person of the society to remain alert against those involve d in criminal activities in their surroundings and inform police for action against them.



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