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Crime Branch Police bust gang involved in fake, false orders.

LARKANA -- Crime Branch Police Larkana busted a gang allegedly involved in issuing fake and false recruitment orders.

Police arrested a printing press owner and registered cases on various grounds in three different police stations here.

According to SSP Crime Branch, on secret information the crime branch Larkana raided a Printing Press and Universal Computer, in Larkana city, seized the computers, scanners, printing machine and arrested the proprietor of the printing press Maqbool Bhutto.

In this regard a case was registered with Market Police Station Larkana city.

In this connection SSP Crime Branch Larkana Ghulam Sarwar Bhayo said while addressing the media men at his office on Thursday that other officials are also involved in the crime.

He said when the Crime Branch Police team searched Toyota car No AQV-302, various documents were found in the shoulder bag, which included original 12 service books of different persons, nine stamps of different head masters, principals, appointment orders signed of Vice Chancellor Agriculture University Tando Jam, certificates, transfer orders, pay release orders, pay bills, and GPF account opening forms.

He further said that another case was also registered with Mahotta Police Station Larkana under crime No 31/2013 and yet another case was registered under crime No 86/2013 at Civil Lines Police Station Larkana City.

He added that in this context investigations are underway by the Special Investigators of Crime Branch Police.
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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Aug 16, 2013
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