Associated Press Service
ISLAMABAD :September 21,2021: DIG Operations Afzal Ahmad Kausar has directed the concerned police officials to protect lives and property of citizens and that failure in this regard will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
He was chairing a meeting to review crime situation here on Tuesday. According to the police officials, he asked the officials to apprehend the accused involved in property crime and the looted goods be recovered. According to details, an important meeting on crime was held under the chairmanship of DIG Operations Afzal Ahmad Kausar in which SSP Operations Dr. Syed Mustafa Tanveer, SSP (CTD) Malik Zafar Jamil and SPs of all the four zones, SDPOs and SHOs of all police stations also participated.
During the meeting, they reviewed the crime situation in the district and all the officers were questioned individually about their performance. During the meeting, DIG Operations issued strict instructions to all the officers and said that in accordance with the vision of IG Islamabad Qazi Jameel-ur-Rehman, protection of life and property of the citizens should be ensured under all circumstances. The cases under investigation should be sorted out as soon as possible, the accused should be arrested and the looted goods should be recovered, he added. He said suspicious elements should be closely monitored while patrolling on the roads. He directed that all the officers should meet the complainants and keep them informed about the progress of their cases so that the confidence of the citizens in police could be restored. He further said that SDPOs should immediately complete the investigation of murder and attempt-to-murder cases under their supervision and all officers should perform their duties in good faith.
The DIG further said that police must arrest the gangs involved in crime and break their network. “Use all possible resources for the same,” he added. He commended SHO, I-9 , SHO Noon, SHO Ramna and SHO Kohsar for their good performance during the meeting and hoped that all the officers would do their utmost to curb crime.
While the Islamabad police have arrested 27 criminals including eight Proclaimed Offenders (POs) wanted to police in crime of heinous nature, a police spokesman said on Tuesday.
According to the details, different Islamabad police teams apprehended 27 criminals including eight POs from various areas of the city.
Banigala police arrested accused Shemraiz Khan and recovered one 30 bore pistol from his possession. Koral police arrested accused Adnan and recovered one 30 bore pistol from him.
Nilore police arrested two accused Muhammad Tufial and Imran and recovered two pistols from their possession. Lohir Bher police arrested accused Sajjad Anwer and recovered one 30 bore pistol from him. Kohsar police arrested accused Hamza and recovered one 30 bore pistol from him.
CIA police arrested two accused Sibtain Shah and Saqib and recovered two 30 bore pistols from their possession. Investigation wing police arrested accused Umair Akram and recovered one 30 bore pistol from him.
Aabpara police arrested 3 accused Danish, Malak Khan and Abdul Raffay and recovered two 30 bore pistols and one 12 bore gun along with ammunition from their possession. Golra police arrested two accused Sajjad and Khalid Usman and recovered two 30 bore pistol from their possession.
Khanna police arrested accused Kamran and recovered one 30 bore pistol from him. Koral police recovered a snatched vehicle and two stolen motorbikes, while the police team arrested accused Abdul Rehman alias Mano and recovered stolen motorbike from him.
Women police arrested a lady accused Shazia and recovered gold ornaments from them. Koral and Sihala police arrested two accused Abdul Rehman and Zeeshan involved in a theft case.
Cases have been registered against the nabbed persons and further investigation is underway from them. During special checking in the whole city, police also nabbed eight proclaimed offenders.
Senior police officials have appreciated this performance and directed all Station House Officers for effective crackdown criminals.