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March 13, 2019

Man kills wife in Manga Mandi


March 13, 2019

LAHORE: A man killed his wife over domestic dispute in the Manga Mandi police limits on Tuesday.

Police arrested accused Bashir Ahmad. The victim has been identified as Yasmin, 30. Police said the man allegedly killed his wife with a sharp-edged weapon. Forensic experts reached the scene after being informed and collected the evidences. The body was removed to morgue.

Boy abused: A 12-year-old boy was abused by a man in the Sundar police area on Tuesday. The victim was removed to Jinnah Hospital. He was allegedly abducted and abused by accused named Mocha. The accused left the body in a critical condition. Police are investigating.

Body found: A 40-year-old man, unidentified so far, was found dead in a bazaar in the Old Anarkali police area on Tuesday. Police removed the body to morgue. Suspension notice: DIG Operations Muhammad Waqas Nazir ordered issuance of suspension notice to Hadyara SHO Ghulam Asghar Tahir for poor performance.

Chairing a meeting of Cantt Division Police on Tuesday, he also ordered issuance of show-cause notices to the SHOs of Defence A, North Cantt, Baghbanpura and South Cantt police stations for not meeting the target of arresting proclaimed offenders of B category. He directed Cantt Division SP Shehbaz Elahi to take strict action against the proclaimed offenders of A & B category and speed up the crackdown on drug peddlers, robbers and motorbike thieves. The DIG He directed all the SHOs of the division particularly Manawa and Barki police to improve their performance within a week. SSP Operations Captain® Mustansir Feroze was also present.

search operations: Police conducted 1,361 search operations in the current year to maintain law and order situation in the City.

Police checked 514 hotels, 10 guesthouses, eight hostels, 91 educational institutes, six bus stands, five warehouses, 265 shops, 136 churches and 66 Madaris during the search operations in different areas of the City. Police also checked 27,418 houses, 5,302 tenants and around 83,000 persons.

visit: Additional Inspector General of Punjab Highway Patrol Captain ® Ahmed Latif visited the under-construction provincial police lines and patrolling post of Jia Baga, Lahore.

accidents: The Punjab Emergency Service/Rescue 1122 responded to 791 road accidents in all 36 districts of Punjab during the last 24 hours.

Seven people died and 890 suffered injuries in the road accidents. Out of the injured, 499 badly injured were removed to hospitals while 391 victims with minor injuries were given first aid by the rescue medical teams.

arrested: Iqbal Town Division police, in a crackdown, claimed to have arrested 199 criminals and seized arms and drugs.

The police seized 17 pistols, seven rifles, two Kalashnikovs, 229 bullets, more than 22kg charas and 81 bottles of liquor.

Moreover, 19 proclaimed offenders of A&B categories were arrested. The police also busted two gangs of criminals by arresting their seven members. Loot worth Rs625,000 was recovered them.

transferred: Inspector General of Police, Punjab, Amjad Javed Saleemi has issued transfer/posting orders of five police officers.

Gujjar Khan, Rawalpindi, SDPO Shehzada Omer Abbas Babar has been transferred and posted as SDPO of Esakhel, Mianwali. DSP Headquarters, Chakwal, Asar Ali has been transferred and posted as SDPO of Gujjar Khan. Esakhel SDPO Zafar Iqbal has been transferred and posted as SDPO of Kasur Sadr Circle. Bahwalpur Special Branch DSP Shams-ul-Din has been transferred and posted as DSP of Organised Crime, Bahwalpur. Silanwali, Sargodha, SDPO Muhammad Muneer Badar has been transferred and posted as SDPO of Klur Kot, Bhakar, with immediate effect.

scholar: Sufi scholar and intellectual Irfanul Haq has said that it is the core responsibility of police to safeguard life, property and honour of people.

Police will have to protect the title of “guardian of public” by giving respect to complaints and behaving with them politely, he said, adding the people who redressed the grievances of vulnerable segments of society would be treated as martyrs on the Day of Judgment.

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