Three women kidnapped


Three women were abducted from the twin cities of Islamabad and Rawalpindi the other day.
A 50-year-old woman was kidnapped from Irfanabad in the precincts of Koral police station. Police said that Halima Bibi lodged a complaint against Rashid and his 10 accomplices after they stormed into her house and kidnapped her sister Naseem Akhtar.
Meanwhile, two married women were kidnapped from different areas of Rawalpindi. Mehboob Elahi of Afshan Colony registered a report with Racecourse police after a man named Rehan abducted his daughter-in-law. Muzammal Hussain lodged a complaint at Morgah police station against unidentified persons for kidnapping his wife and stealing 3 tola jewellery and Rs 50, 000 in cash.
Separate cases have been registered and investigation is underway.

LAWBREAKERS ARRESTED: Capital police on Thursday arrested 8 lawbreakers during various raids and seized wine, weapons, cellular phones and stolen property from their possession.
According to details, SSP Muhammad Rizwan directed all police officials to launch a crackdown against criminals, bootleggers and drug pushers. He said that such activities are intolerable and those involved in such crimes would not be spared.
Following his directions, ASIs Mian Imran and Khalid Javed from Aabpara police station arrested Khursheed Ahmed and Muhammad Yaqoob and recovered two bottles of wine from them.
SHO Bhara Kahu police station Inspector Muhammad Fayyaz recovered one illegal 30 bore pistol along with 25 bullets and two detonators from Hadi-ur-Rehman and Muhammad Saddam.
ASI Muhammad Iqbal from Shalimar police station along with a police team arrested Imran and Sahar Bibi involved in immoral activities. ASI Saif-ul-Islam from Sabzi Mandi police station arrested bootlegger Imran Khan and recovered three wine bottles from him. ASI Mian Khan from Shahzad Town police station apprehended Zaheer Abbas and recovered one mobile phone and stolen property from his possession.
Separate cases have been registered and further investigation is underway.
The SSP appreciated the performance of the polices and said that the police is determined to ensure effective action against those involved in bootlegging and drug pushing activities.

VEHICLES IMPOUNDED: Capital Police on Thursday impounded 59 bikes and 14 vehicles and removed black papers from 19 tinted glass vehicles during general hold up and imposed fines, a police spokesman said.
According to details, SSP Islamabad Muhammad Rizwan directed all police officials to take strict action against vehicles being driven without documents, professional beggars and criminal elements.
Police also apprehended 9 suspects during search operations in various areas of the city.
The SSP also instructed the officials to improve law and order in their respective areas.