Police recovers abducted engineer, arrests five criminals

MULTAN    –   Police have recovered a abducted en­gineer and arrested five criminals in­cluding two women during a special operation launched here on Tuesday.

According to police spokesman, Imam Bukhash resident of Basti Am­bala reported police on July 31 that his son Engineer Ejaz Ahmed was running a private engineering office situated at Bilal Chowk.

He alleged that his son was ab­ducted by four armed outlaws from Shah Rukan-e-Alam Motorway Inter­change when he was returning home from the office. The registered the case number 746/22 under section 365 against unknown outlaws and started the investigations.

Taking action on the incident, the City Police Officer (CPO) Khurram Shahzad Haider formed a special team under the supervision of SSP Operations Hassam Bin Iqbal to ar­rest the criminals.

The police team traced the loca­tion of criminals and recovered the abducted man while arrested five criminals including two women namely Maimoona Ashfaq resident of Kabirwala, Aqsa Naheed of Melsi, Muhammad Irfan of Melsi, Farooq of Gulshan-e-Jadeed Karachi and Mu­hammad Ali of Moeenabad Karachi.

During the interrogation, the ar­rested criminals confessed that they abducted Ejaz Ahmed over an old en­mity to take revenge from him.

However, further investigations were underway from the criminals, A spokesman added.

1,077 POLICE OFFICIALS TO BE DEPLOYED ON 4TH MUHARRAM

Police have finalized security plan for 4th Muharram as 1,077 police of­ficials and 1147 volunteers would be deployed across the district to main­tain law and order situation.

According to police sources, a total of 146 Majalis and 11 mourning pro­cessions would be organized in the district out of which 41 Majalis and seven mourning processions have been declared sensitive. The police have decided to deploy 1,077 police officials including 37 inspectors, 58 sub-inspectors, 124 assistant sub-inspectors, 61 head constables and 797 constables on security duty while 1,147 volunteers would also be deputed at Majalis and mourning processions.

On the other hand, elite force would continue patrolling while police pickets would also be es­tablished at different points of the district. The police would also in­stall CCTV cameras at Majalis and mourning procession routes and en­sure video recording through drone cameras while walk-through gates would be installed at Majalis, police sources added.

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