Ghauri Town owner booked for land grabbing


By U.Zee

ISLAMABAD: Koral police arrested Ghauri Town owner Raja Jahangir Akbar in a move against land mafia in Islamabad, police said on Friday.
It is learnt that Raja Jahangir Akbar was arrested on the complaint of a citizen who had accused the former of grabbing land. Koral police shifted the accused to police station and started interrogation from him.

Four bike lifters caught,
six bikes recovered

ISLAMABAD: PS Ramna has arrested four bike lifters involved in numerous bike lifting incidents. IGP Islamabad Muhammad Ahsan Younas had categorically ordered all zonal officers to curb the crime in their respective areas and arrest those involved in looting innocent people.
Following the orders, a police team of Ramna police station headed by SHO Ramna Akhtar Zaman along with other officials apprehended a notorious bike lifters gang known as Sanwal gang. The accused of the gang were identified as Sanwal Amjad, Zakria Kashif, Mubashir Ali and Zeeshan. Police team also recovered six stolen bikes from their possession. Further investigation is underway.
IGP Islamabad Muhammad Ahsan Younas and SSP Operations Muhammad Faisal Kamran have appreciated the police team performance. IGP Islamabad further directed all zonal officers to intensify the crackdown against the criminals. “The officers with good performance will be rewarded while the officers showing laxity towards their official duties will be dealt with iron hands”, he maintained.

167 motorbikes impounded

ISLAMABAD: Capital Cops speeded up crackdown against unregistered and fake number plate motorcycles and impounded 167 motors. The motorcycles were booked under section 550 CrPC. IGP Islamabad directioned SSP Operations Muhammad Faisal Kamran tasked zonal Superintendent of Police, Sub-divisional Police officers and Station House Officers to take strict actions against unregistered motorbikes and fancy number plates.
During last 24 hours, the police spokesperson said that Islamabad police have shifted 544 bikes in different police stations which includes 260 bikes without documents, 146 without registration, 91 without number plate and 47 with fancy number plates. Out of these bikes, 167 were impounded under section 550 CrPC while others were released after their documents verification. Two vehicles without documents were also shifted to the police stations which were released after verification.
The SSP operations said the capital police have taken multiple initiatives to control crime adding that unregistered vehicles were being used in criminal activities. The campaign will help police in controlling street crimes in the federal capital, said SSP. He appealed the citizens to cooperate with police and travel on vehicles bearing registered number plate issued by the excise office. People should carry their vehicles’ registration documents while traveling on Islamabad roads, he observed. Citizens may contact police helpline 1715 in case of any complaint.