Two dead, 10 arrested in separate incidents


An elderly man was found dead in the Lower Mall Police precincts on Tuesday. According to police, the deceased was a beggar, identified as Ghulam Rasool and it was suspected that he had died of the cold weather. The police shifted the body to morgue and started search for heirs of the deceased.
Woman dies under mysterious circumstances: A woman died mysteriously in her home within the Shadbagh Police precincts on Tuesday. Tahira, a 25-year-old resident of Shadbagh Main Bazaar had fallen unconscious without any apparent reason. She was taken to a local hospital where the doctors pronounced her dead. Tahira’s family refused the police for her post-mortem, while the doctors said that Tahira may have died of intoxication.
Police arrests 10 persons in two separate incidents: The Shera Kot Police claimed to have arrested three robbers and recovered several weapons from their possession. According to details, the police raided a house in Shera Kot and after a minor resistance, managed to arrest three persons, identified as Shahzad, Mushtaq and Asif. The Iqbal Town Police claimed to have arrested seven people, including three women, in objectionable condition from an alleged brothel in Jahanzeb Block, Allama Iqbal Town on Tuesday. The police also recovered liquor and drugs. The police has registered a case against the arrested people.
Human organ trader arrested from Dubai: In a major development in the illegal human organ trade case, the Iqbal Town Police arrested a proclaimed offender, wanted in the human organ trade and brought him back early Tuesday.
An investigation team led by Investigation Superintendent Police Sahibzada Bilal Umer reached the Lahore Airport at 3am with the accused Noor Muhammad who was wanted by police in an organ trade case.
The accused was booked in a case of human organ trade by Saudi national Nafees Hussaini. Noor Muhammad was accused of taking Rs 5 million to arrange a kidney for Nafees Hussaini’s father, whom he had called in Lahore to finalise the deal and accommodated them in a house near Barkat Chowk, Township. However, the accused had run off with the money without arranging the kidney. The Saudi national had got registered a case (574/11) against Noor Muhammad in the Township Police Station under the sections 420 and 406 of the constitution. Two of his accomplices, Shakoor and Roozi, had been arrested earlier.