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Three gangsters held for involvement in looting SP Bannu


December 11, 2019

Islamabad :Islamabad Shalimar police station has arrested three persons including a women involved in looting the family of SP (Investigation) District Bannu and recovered vehicle, wireless set and police lights from them.

Addressing a press conference, SP (Saddar) Omer Khan said that Nisar Ahmed Khan serving as SP (Investigation) District Bannu came to Islamabad along with his family on his vehicle (ICT-ALI-731) last month. Some unidentified persons portraying themselves as police officials from Criminal Investigation Agency (CIA) asked him for search of his vehicle in Sector E-11. During the search, they snatched gold jewelry from the wife of SP (Investigation) and also snatched pistol from SP Nisar Ahemd Khan.

He said that case was registered on November 30, 2019 under section 392/34 PPC, at Shalimar police station.

Following the incident, SP (Saddar) Omer Khan said that Inspector General of Police (IGP) Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar Khan directed the DIG (Operations) Waqar Uddin Syed to ensure immediate arrest of those criminals involved in it. The SP said that DIG (Operations) constituted a team under his supervision including ASPs Rana Abdul Wahab, Hamza Aman Ullah, Station House Officer of Shalimar police station Malik Bashir, Sub-Inspector Mian Khurram and others. This team investigated the case by using modern techniques and succeeded to arrest three persons including a woman. They have been identified as Fahad Bilal and his wife Rabeea Bilal, residents of PWD Society and Muneer, resident of CBR Housing Society.

During the preliminary investigation, they confessed to use fake official number plates and police lights on private vehicles and loot people at gun-point on the pretext of searching their vehicles after portraying themselves as officials of CIA or anti-corruption department. They also admitted to chase vehicles and loot them after taking advantage of darkness at deserted places.

They have confessed to strike at 6 to 8 places in Islamabad and cases have been registered against them at Shalimar, Margallah and Aabpara police stations. Police also recovered wireless sets, police lights and vehicle from them while further investigation is underway.

IGP Islamabad Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar Khan and DIG (Operations) Waqar Uddin Syed have appreciated this performance of Shalimar police team and announced cash prizes and commendation certificates for the police team.

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