10 outlaws including two bootleggers netted.
RAWALPINDI -- Police in their crackdowns against anti-social elements have arrested 10 outlaws including two bootleggers and two female drug paddlers besides recovering 8450 grams charras, 18 bottles of liquor, six liter liquor and a pistol 30 bore with five rounds from their possession.
According to a police spokesman, Rattamral police netted Mohammad Sarfraz for having 250 grams charras. Pirwadhai police rounded up Wajid Mahmood for carrying 2500 grams charras while Fayyaz was sent behind the bars for having 1250 grams charras and Suleman for possessing 1300 grams charras. Civil Line police rounded up Ali Raza and recovered 300 grams charras.
Kahuta police arrested Muddasir Mushtaq with 18 bottles of liquor while Bani police held Zangay Khan and seized six liter liquor.
Taxila police netted Akhtar Khan for carrying a 30 bore pistol and five rounds.
Meanwhile, Civil Line police acting on a tip-off conducted a raid and recovered 2850 grams charras from the possession of two females and a male drug paddlers.
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|Publication:||Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Nov 14, 2017|
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