HYDERABAD - The Bhitai Nagar Police have transferred the case of creating fake identities on the social media to defame some girls of Hyderabad and an arrested suspect to the Cyber Crime Cell in Karachi.

The police spokesman informed the case had been transferred to the cell of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on the court's orders.

According to the spokesman, the complainant, Ali Muhammad Dawach, who was a resident of Citizen Colony had complained that some miscreants had created accounts in the name of his two daughters and a niece on the Facebook.

He added that the miscreants were sharing personal information and photographs of the girls on the Facebook, while also circulating the photographs through another internet application, Whatsapp.

The spokesman said the police had earlier arrested three suspects with the help of Citizen Police Liaison Committee and one of them, Mukhtiar Ali Lashari, was also arrested.

 Police arrests two

 injured suspects

The Hyderabad Police have arrested two suspects in injured condition after an exchange of fire near Cantonment graveyard.

The police spokesman, Mazhar Shani, identified the arrested as Munnawar Ali Awan and Kashif Qureshi, both of whom had sustained gunshots in their legs and were shifted to Liaquat University Hospital.

The spokesman informed that the Makki Shah Police had signaled three persons mounted on a motorbike to stop during snap checking, but they tried to escape and also allegedly fired at the police.

“Two of them sustained gunshots in the exchange of fire and fell from the motorbike while the third suspect escaped,” he added.

The spokesman informed that Awan was nominated in seven FIRs at GOR, Hali Road, Hussainabad and Bhitai Nagar Police Stations and Qureshi in four FIRs at Fort and A-Section police stations.

He said their gang was involved in dozens of heinous crimes.

SHC orders inspection

of  High School Phulji 

 The Sindh High Court has ordered the District and Sessions Judge of Dadu to conduct inspection of a government high school and submit report in the court.

According to the details, the order came on a petition filed by Muhammad Yaqoob Panhwar, a school teacher of Government Phulji High School.

The petitioner maintained that the school's headmaster was charging between Rs. 700 to Rs. 900 fee from the students adding that the amount was being deposited in the headmaster's personal account.

He claimed that the high school's enrollment was 1,700 students. Panhwar further claimed that when he complained against that allegedly illegal practice before the higher authorities the eadmaster used his influence to transfer the petitioner in another school and also lodged an FIR against him.