Rawalpindi - City Police Officer (CPO) Israr Ahmed Khan Abbasi on Wednesday ordered Station House Officer (SHO) Police Station (PS) Wah Saddar to lodge a case against administration of a seminary and recover the missing girl after the father of the girl accused the administration of the seminary of detaining his young daughter.

The CPO also directed SHO to present the report within two days with his office in this regard. According to details, a citizen Shehzada Khan, son of Noor Muhammad, appeared before the CPO and tabled a written application in which he stated that his 15-years-old daughter was student of a seminary located at Wah

Saddar and she completed her education from there. He said that the seminary administration called her daughter to award her credential but later detained her. He appealed the CPO to take legal action against the administration of seminary. Taking action, CPO Israr Ahmed Khan Abbasi directed SHO PS Wah Saddar Imran to register FIR against administration of the seminary and recover the missing girl and present a report within two days.

SHO Imran, however, when contacted by this scribe, said that the father of the girl has wrongly implicated the seminary administration in the case as the girl left her home after quarrelling with parents. He said that police have launched hunt to find out the missing girl.

Meanwhile, City Police Officer (CPO) Israr Ahmed Khan Abbasi on Wednesday closed an Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in police line on charges of running drugs’ cartels in Kallar Syedan area.

CPO assigned the task to Superintendent of Police (SP) Saddar Circle Dr Sardar Ghias Gul to hold inquiry into the allegations and present his findings so that departmental action could be taken against the ASI if he found guilty.

According to details, some locals of Kallar Syedan lodged a complaint with CPO Israr Ahmed Khan Abbasi that an ASI Israr Afzal posted at Police Station (PS) Kallar Syedan was protecting and helping out the sellers of drugs in his limits. They added that the youth of the area were becoming drug addicts swiftly.

They demanded action against the accused police officer. CPO, taking action, closed ASI Israr Afzal in police line and ordered SP Saddar to hold inquiry into the allegations and submit his report with CPO Office.

Talking to The Nation, CPO Israr Ahmed Khan Abbasi said that there was no room for black sheep in police departments and strict action would be taken against all the police officers involved in anti-social activities. He said that he would dismiss ASI Israr Afzal from police service if charges against him proved true during inquiry.

Meanwhile, police carried out search operation in areas of Morgah. The search operation was conducted on orders of CPO and under supervision of SP Potohar Division Muhammad Attique Tahir during which some 30 houses were checked in Jabbar Colony and its surroundings. The details of 67 persons were also collected by police, informed police spokesman.