FIA, NCB INTERPOL Pakistan has achieved significant milestones in combating transnational crime


During the last six months, A total of 66 accused wanted for serious crimes, including murder, attempted murder, robbery, kidnapping, and corruption, were apprehended from different countries.
FIA NCB–INTERPOL had issued red notices for the arrest of these accused.
Among the arrested, 50 were wanted in murder cases, 5 in fraud and forgery, 4 in robbery cases, and 3 in cases of attempted murder.
The arrested accused were wanted by various law enforcement agencies, including FIA, NAB, Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and Azad Kashmir Police.
Accused were arrested from UAE (35), Saudi Arabia (18), Oman (5), Kuwait (2), Italy (2), and other countries. Accused arrested in Spain, Turkey, Bahrain, and Azerbaijan were also successfully extradited.
The arrested accused have been handed over to the concerned authorities.
Director General FIA, Ahmed Ishaq Jahangir, commended NCB Interpol Pakistan for its outstanding performances
NCB Interpol Pakistan, equipped with modern technology, remains in constant communication with law enforcement agencies worldwide, ensuring seamless cooperation. DG FIA
DG FIA urged accelerated actions to apprehend suspects wanted for serious crimes.
DG FIA emphasized the need to establish strong links with international organizations.
Special measures shall be taken for the training of INTERPOL officers to enhance their capabilities in combating transnational crime. DG FIA