Crackdown: City police arrest 105 people

The police recovered two AK-47s, three rifles, 30 pistols, hundreds of cartridges and 5 kg of hashish during the raid.


August 30, 2011

PESHAWAR:


The Capital City police claimed to have arrested 105 people including 20 proclaimed offenders on Monday, while also seizing lethal weapons from their possession.


Following special directives of Capital City Police Officer Imtiaz Altaf, the police launched an operation against outlaws in various areas. The party, led by Operations Senior Superintendent of Police Ijaz Ahmed, raided criminal hideouts in various parts of the city.

The proclaimed offenders were identified as Yaseen, Zahoor, Shaheen Shah, Tariq Shah, Ibrahim, Aadil Shah, Abdul Khanan, Fida, Tahir, Raees, Waheed, Haleem, Taimoor, Shamshad, Jan Saeed, Chamin, Nashidudin, Ihsanullah, Taj Muhammad, Saeed Dil and Zafar.

The police also recovered two AK-47s, three rifles, 30 pistols, hundreds of cartridges and five kilograms of hashish during the raid.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 30th, 2011.

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