Naqeebullah murder case - Police raid a house in Islamabad in search of Rao Anwar.
ISLAMABAD -- A team of Sindh police raided a house in Islamabad to arrest fugitive police officer Rao Anwar as three-day deadline of Supreme Court to apprehend him expired today.
Police sources said the law enforcers conducted the raid at a house located in Sector F/10, however, no arrest was made as the fugitive police officer was not present in the house.
Sindh police team was assisted by Islamabad police.
A posted inscribed as 'wanted/absconder' seeking information about whereabouts of Rao Anwar had also been posted outside the mentioned house.
Rao Anwar continues to evade the law enforcement agencies raiding cities.
Meanwhile, Absconding police official Rao Anwar has denied reports of a raid conducted on a house in Islamabad's F-10 vicinity.
"The house raided in Islamabad's F-10 vicinity is not mine, none of my houses was raided," said Anwar in a statement. "The raid conducted was on House-133, Street-43, Sector F-10, which is owned by Waqas Raffat son of Malik Raffat Hussain."
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|Publication:||The Messenger (Karachi, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Jan 31, 2018|
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