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3.840 Kilogram hashish, wine recovered: Police.

ISLAMABAD -- Islamabad Police have arrested 20 outlaws including 10 drug pusher held and recovered 3.840 kilogram hashish, 69 bottles wine , 110 tin beer, 490 gram heroin, and weapons from them, a police spokesman said.

According to details, SP (Saddar) Hassam Bin Iqbal directed Saddar zone police to ensure high vigilance against those involved in drug pushing and anti-social activities. Following his directions, all sadder zone police stations expedited efforts and Sub-Inspector Shafqat Mehmood from Margalla Police station along with police team apprehended four bootleggers Qasir Khan, Sajid Khan, Mohammad Waseem and Sajid from sector F-8/3 and recovered 29 wine bottles, 70 tin beer and one SMG gun along 34 cartridges from their possession.

ASI Imran from Karachi Company Police Station arrested a bootlegger Habit Khan and recovered 40 wine bottles and 40 tin beers from him.

On the tip-off Sub-Inspector Mohammad Azam from CIA Police apprehended a drug pusher Muzamil Shah and recovered 320 gram heroin from him.

Sub-Inspector Mohammad Azam from CIA Police apprehended Khalid Ameer and recovered 1020 gram hashish and also arrested accuse Bharam Khan and recovered 120 gram heroin from him.

Inspector Pervez Akhtar from Koral Police station arrested an accuse Rana Abbas and recovered 1200 gram hashish, Sub-Inspector arrested accuse Abdul Manan and recovered one pistol along with ammunition and Sub-Inspector Mohammad Sirfaraz arrested a drug pusher Arshad and recovered 1500 gram hashish and 50 gram heroin from him.

Meanwhile Sub-Inspector Mohammad Sarfraz along with other apprehended nine accused involved in immoral activities. They were identified as Sher Ali, Saeed,Yasir , Zahid and Muqdas bibi, Saddra, Sadaf , Mussrat and Muqdas Akbal.

Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway from them. SSP Islamabad has appreciated this overall performance and directed all police officials for further high vigilance and effective patrolling in their respective areas to curb activities of criminal elements.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Aug 27, 2017
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