67 arrested against anti-social elements in Peshawar

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Haqnawaz Shinwari
PESHAWAR
Capital City Police has carried out successful operations against anti-social elements during the last month.
According to details, police during special targeting operations busted a total of 16 gangs and arrested 67 accused.
Police during the operations have recovered Rs7.1cash, mobile phones, three and a half tola gold ornaments, seven vehicles, 26 motorcycles, other looted valuables from the possessions of the arrested persons.
In order to ensure that appropriate measures have been taken not only by identifying the trouble points, but also by compiling lists of elements involved in occupation mafia, robbery, robbery and other crimes, including elements released from prisons, and closely monitoring them.
The process has been initiated, similarly, strict monitoring of persons having close links with the elements involved in anti-crime assets is also ongoing.
Similarly, Peshawar police have arrested more than 800 suspects involved in various crimes and drug trafficking during the last month while carrying out operations against anti-social elements. Explosives have also been defused while thwarting the plan.
During operations during the last month, 13 hand grenades were recovered and 10 kg of explosives were also recovered and defused, while a total of 57 Kalashnikovs, 6 Kalashnikovs, 36 shotguns, 180 guns, 718 pistols and more than 18,000 different bore cartridges have been recovered.
During the last month of May, 690 suspects involved in drug trafficking have been arrested, including drug smugglers at the inter-provincial level. Excess opium and 300 kg hashish have also been recovered
A total of 289 search and strike operations have been conducted in all divisions under the National Action Plan by the Peshawar Police to ensure peace in the city, during which more than 892 suspects and suspects were searched from house to house based on confirmed information. They have been detained and interrogated from different angles
CCPO Syed Ashfaq Anwar expressed satisfaction over the recent crackdown and said that all the divisional police officers under the supervision of SSP Operations Haroon-ul-Rashid Khan should continue the operations against anti-social elements while making the crackdown successful.
In order to make human intelligence more effective, it has been directed to maintain coordination with other institutions, along with anti-narcotics operations, to protect the young generation, especially students, from the dangers of drugs like ice in various educational institutions.