Islamabad police directed to tighten security

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Officials of Islamabad Police have been directed to keep a vigilant eye on mischievous elements and enhance security at police posts as well as patrolling in their respective areas. These directions were made by Islamabad SSP Yaseen Farooq to all zonal officers, SDPOs and SHOs, and asked to take strict action against vehicles being driven without documents, professional beggars and criminal elements. In compliance of these directions, the police launched a crackdown and impounded 168 motorcycles and 10 vehicles. Tinted windows were removed from 14 vehicles and 68 suspects, 12 beggars were arrested during search operation in various areas of the city. Meanwhile, ASI Imran from Aabpara police station arrested three thieves, including two women Waseem, Sonia, Seema and seized mobile phones and laptops from them. Sub-Inspector Muhammad Ali from CIA police arrested Abid Abbasi and recovered stolen goods from him. ASI Muhammad Iqbal from Shalimar police station arrested Hazrat and Dolat Khan involved in robberies and recovered snatched valuables from them. Sub-Inspector Muhammad Bashir from Sabzi Mandi police station arrested three accused identified as Khan Zaib, Wajid and Zakir for having stolen valuables. Cases have been registered against the nabbed people and further investigation is underway. Farooq has appreciated this performance and directed all police officials to ensure effective policing measures in their respective areas.

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  1. I live in Street 47 F/11/3 Islamabad. yesterday a suzuki van was parked in front of my next door neighbour. But it was stolen at about jumma prayers time. Previously in the last six months two new toyota cars were stolen in the same street, one neighbour on right side and other on left side. One chairman CNG association and the other an advocate. One year back there was an armed robbery in my next door neighbour. Two days back there was a robbery at noon in street 46. The security is tightened. long live ICT Police.

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