19 outlaws held, stolen bike and narcotics recovered in Capital


ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police have arrested 19 persons for involvement in drug peddling and bootlegging activities and recovered hashish, wine and a stolen bike from them.

According to a police spokesman, the Islamabad police have launched a special crackdown against those involved following directions SSP Operations Waqar Uddin Syed.

According to the details, Secretariat police arrested accused Saad and recovered one 30-bore pistol from his possession.

Bhara Khau police arrested three accused namely Bilal Ali, Talah and Nazeer and recovered stolen property from their possession.

Karachi Company police arrested accused Qasir and recovered five wine bottles from him.

CIA police arrested accused Mubarik Ali and recovered 250-gram hashish from him.

Tarnol police arrested accused Noor Raheem and recovered one 30-bore illicit pistol from him.

Homicide police recovered one 30-bore illicit pistol from the possession of arrested accused Muhammad Umer.

ACLC police arrested two bike lifter Amir Hamza Amjad and recovered stolen bike from him while Noon police arrested accused Mubashir and recovered 370-gram hashish from him.

Lohibher police arrested seven persons involved in immoral activities.

SSP Waqar Uddin Syed appreciated this performance and directed all police officials for the upkeep of high vigilance and monitoring against those involved in anti-social activities.

He said that the Capital’s police would safeguard its youth from various evils like the use of drugs and ensure a safe future for them.

He concluded by saying that it is the collective responsibility of every person of society to remain alert against those involved in criminal activities in their surroundings and inform the police for taking action against them.