Mohrar registers case against SHO in Faisalabad

Reportedly, the mohrar permitted criminals in custody to sleep in the SHO’s office


Our Correspondent April 05, 2019
PHOTO: FILE

FAISALABAD: A police mohrar registered a case against a station house officer for allegedly hurling verbal abuse and misbehaving with him in Faisalabad, Express News has learnt.

An official from Tandlianwala City police station said that officials arrested criminals in relation to a murder case number182/19. He added that the culprits were kept in the police station’s lock up pending further investigations.

He mentioned that when Tandlianwala City Police Station SHO Naveed Aslam went on routine patrolling, Mohrar Muhammad Nawaz released the men from the lock up and granted them permission to sleep in his room.

The official pointed out that when the SHO reached the police station after a few hours, he saw the suspects sleeping in his office. At this, Naveed was enraged and scolded Nawaz. He allegedly verbally abused him and exchanged heated words.

He stated that in a bid to take revenge, Nawaz registered a case against the SHO for misbehaving with him.

When contacted, SHO Naveed Aslam told Express News that the allegations against him were baseless as he had not used offensive language. He claimed, “When I inquired from the mohrar regarding the matter, he was enraged and started an argument.”

Meanwhile, the higher police officials took notice of the incident and ordered an inquiry.  They said action will be taken against the accused cops without discrimination.

On April 3, three women beat up a police official in Sailkot’s Daska tehsil for hurling verbal abuse and for misbehaving with them.

Reportedly, three women, identified as Fakhra, Asmat Bibi and Saba Bibi, visited City police station in order to register a case. However, the assistant sub-inspector on duty, Nasir Iqbal, misbehaved and verbally abused them.

Enraged by his demeanour, the women took it upon themselves to teach the official a lesson by beating him up.

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