Islamabad - Islamabad Police have arrested eight outlaws and five suspects during high vigilance in the city besides recovering wine, heroin, weapons, fake currency and stolen goods from their possession, a police spokesman said. He said that IGP Islamabad Tahir Alam Khan directed all SDPOs and SHOs to enhance patrolling as well as checking in various areas of the city and conduct search operation at slum areas, Afghan habitats, under construction buildings, workshops, bus stands and inns. Following his directions, sub-divisional police officer performing in Islamabad headed the search operation. Station House Officers of Nilor police station along with police team conducted search in under construction buildings as well as plazas there. Police teams succeeded to nab five suspects who are being investigated further. Meanwhile, police teams of Khanna, Ramana, Tarnol police stations arrested eight outlaws namely Mujahid, Tariq Hussain, Adnan, Talat Mehboob, Saad Asif, Abdul Rahman, Jamal.

Police recovered 60 litre liquor bottles, 520-gram heroin, fake currency and fake currency from their possession.

SSP Islamabad Mir Vais Niaz has said the purpose of this vigilance is to ensure foolproof security in the city and he further directed all SHOs to continue it.

He has also appealed the citizens to remain vigilant and inform police in case of any suspicious activity around them.