Funding terrorists: Sukkur police arrest seven men collecting Zakat, Fitra for banned outfits

Sukkur City ASP took action against one-wheeling, running motorcycles without silencers


Our Correspondent June 21, 2016
Sukkur City ASP took action against one-wheeling, running motorcycles without silencers. PHOTO: ONLINE

SUKKUR: In an operation against anti-state elements, the Sukkur police raided different hotels on Monday night and arrested seven men who were allegedly collecting Zakat and Fitra for banned outfits.

According to the police, Sukkur SSP Amjad Ahmed Shaikh, leading a joint team of police and special branch officials, raided different hotels in the city and its outskirts and arrested seven suspects for their involvement in collecting Zakat and Fitra for banned outfits.

The arrested suspects were identified as Abdul Raheem Chanar, Muhammad Ismail Daha, Attaur Rehman, Abdul Raheem, Muhammad Ramzan, Khuda Bux and Muhammad Siddiq. All the arrested suspects belong to Muzafargarh, Bahawalpur, Rajanpur and others areas of southern Punjab. According to initial investigation, they were working for banned outfits. Further investigations are underway.

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Traffic violations

Meanwhile, Sukkur City ASP took action against one-wheeling, running motorcycles without silencers and pre-teen motorcyclists on Monday night and arrested more than 100 minor motorcyclists. However, all of them were released shortly after their elders assured the police that they will never allow them to ride.

The police also arrested some people for driving motorcycles without silencers. The SSP warned that action will now also be taken against the auto-mechanics involved in alteration of the motorcycles. He said the Sindh IG has zero tolerance for one-wheeling, silencer-less motorcycles and minor motorcyclists and, therefore, stern action will be taken against the violators.

Published in The Express Tribune, June 22nd, 2016.

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