islamabad - Islamabad police on Monday impounded 304 bikes and 11 vehicles at various police stations during checking in the city which were driven without authentic documents.

According to details, Senior Superintendent of Police (Operations) Islamabad Sajid Kiani had directed for high vigilance following which general hold up and checking was started in various areas of the city. During the hold up, police impounded 304 bikes as well as 11 vehicles being driven without documents. Meanwhile, 31 suspects were also held during checking in various areas. The SSP Islamabad said that the purpose of this exercise was to ensure high vigilance in the city.

Meanwhile, 10 professional alms-seekers were also held during campaign against beggars. In his special directions to all SDPOs and SHOs, the SSP said that professional alms-seeking is a social evil and all efforts would be made to curb it.

Meanwhile, Islamabad police have arrested six outlaws from various areas of the city and recovered 1.440 kilogram hashish, heroin and weapons from their possession. Khanna police nabbed Qaiser Khan, Yasir Khan, Khawar Siddique and recovered a total of 1280 gram hashish and one 30-bore pistol from them. Nilore police arrested Abdul Rehman for having 30 grams of heroin. Loi Bher police nabbed Ghulam Murtaza for possessing 160 gram hashish. Cases have been registered against the accused and further investigation is underway.