52 suspects arrested during Afghan camp search operation
12 October, 2013
ISLAMABAD: An Islamabad police team headed by Superintendent of Police Muhammad Rizwan on Friday conducted search operation in an Afghan camp in Sector I12 and nabbed 52 suspects, besides impounding 30 bikes and two cars.
According to details, the Islamabad police have devised a comprehensive plan for search operation in Afghan camps and slums of the city to arrest criminals and those staying illegally in the city. The plan has been chalked out on the directives of Islamabad Inspector General of Police Sikandar Hayat. The main purpose of this operation is to arrest criminal elements in these areas.
More than 350 police officials including 11 station house officers, six teams of anti-terrorism squad (ATS) of the Islamabad police participated in the operation. The police succeeded in arresting 52 suspects and recovered two cars and 30 motorbikes. The Islamabad SSP said Afghan cards of the nabbed would be verified and their mobile phone records would be obtained.