Police rescue two persons from captivity

Kandhkot – Kashmore police on Saturday said it had recovered two captives as a result of a massive search operation in katcha area of Ghouspur late Friday night. Addressing a press conference, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Bashir Ahmed Brohi said that a heavy contingent of police, on a tip-off, cordoned off the Noor Shah area at Ghouspur and raided the hideout where the kidnappers had kept the captives.

“As a result of an exchange of fire between police and the kidnappers, the latter panicked and fled from the hideout, leaving behind the captives who were later freed.

The SSP said that Nadeem and Aslam, residents of Nao Dero, had been abducted by unknown armed men some days back from the Machi Bundo area. He further said that both of them had been sent to their hometown.

Absconder held

Similarly, Kashmore police on Saturday also claimed to have held an absconder. According to police spokesman Nadar Channa, SHO Miyani police station Ali Hassan Mahar raided a hideout near Shaheed Bhooral checkpost and arrested Agha, son of Sanjar Samejo. Kashmore Police releases annual

performance report

On the other hand, Kashmore police on Saturday released its annual performance report.

The report says that during the last one year, police arrested 135 dacoits, who were also wanted in connection with several heinous crimes such as murders and kidnappings for ransom, while three hardened criminals, with head money, were also held. Similarly one terrorist was also nabbed police during the last one year. The report further states than 200 cases were registered while 1,496 arms and ammunition, including five Kalashnikovs, three rifles, 44 shot guns, 80 TT pistols, two hand grenades and 1,350 rounds were recovered from different areas of the district. Police also claimed to have seized 66 kg of hashish, 74 kg of bhang, 42 bottles of English Wine, 322 liters of locally manufactured wine, 75 snatched cellphones, 45 snatched bikes and Rs322140 cash. According to the report, dozens of hideouts of outlaws were also smashed in the katcha area.

 

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