DSP, SHO and SI caught on film committing burglary in Rawalpindi

The cops had raided the house of murder suspect's cousin, took off with gold and cash found there

News Desk September 16, 2017

In a startling incident of crime by the guardians of the law, senior-most police officers were caught on tape committing a burglary in Rawalpindi.

Deputy superintendent police (DSP) Zaigham Abbas, Station House Officer (SHO) Nadeem Abbas and Sub-Inspector Risalat had led a contingent of police to the house of Waleed Khan, the cousin of a man accused of murder.

House in Pindi's cantonment area looted in broad daylight

While they could not find the accused, they did take away at least 10 tolas of gold (around 125 grams) and Rs0.5 million from the house.

The whole incident was recorded on a close-circuit television (CCTV) camera, leading to registration of the case.

The resident was not served justice despite passage of two months, but finally succeeded in having a case registered against the officers under Section 342.

However, no officer or personnel involved in the raid has so far been arrested.


Ahmad | 6 years ago | Reply Hah No Hope for Pakistan.
Ch. Allah Daad | 6 years ago | Reply Where is the burglary? The cops are breaking door to enter and arrest a murderer.
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