islamabad - Former governor of afghan Herat province Sayed Fazlullah Wahidi went missing from a local market here yesterday evening, the police sources said.
According to Ishtiaq Shah, Investigation officer at Kohsar police station, Fazlullah was staying at the guest house; ‘Apex Inn’ in street 18, Sector F-7/2 since February 7, 2015 along with his family. He said that the former governor went missing from Rana Market at around 3:30 pm, leaving behind no clue for investigators. SHO Kohsar Police Station Bashir Malik told The Nation that the former governor was in the market along with his grandson from where he ‘disappeared’. However, he said his grandson has been recovered from the same market. He said the police were investigating the matter. Fazal was appointed governor of Herat province by President Hamid Karzai on July 02, 2013. Previously, he served as Kunar governor .
Meanwhile, Islamabad police have arrested eight outlaws during high vigilance in the city and recovered 270 liter wine as well as hashish from their possession, a police spokesman said yesterday. According to details, Kohsar police apprehended a bootlegger Shakeel Masih and recovered 270 liters of wine from him. Shehzad Town police arrested two accused Abid and Ahmed allegedly involved in a theft case. Khanna police arrested an afghan national Saeed Agha residing illegally in the country. Furthermore, Tarnol, Khanna and Industrial-Area police apprehended four proclaimed offenders namely Haroon Ashraf, Ehsan, Javed Akthar and Iftkhir Shah.
Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway.