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QWP MPA among six held in KP

30 December, 2013

CHARSADDA: Qaumi Wattan Party (QWP) Member of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly Sultan Muhammad Khan was arrested by police along with five others on charges of keeping illegal weapons and interfering in government matters.

According to police, when a police patrol reached a wedding ceremony where unprovoked firing had taken place, unidentified persons opened fire at them.

Police arrested some suspects for firing on the police party. Police said that QWP MPA Sultan Muhammad Khan along with his security guards reached the police station.

The guards of the MPA allegedly pointed gun towards policemen, asking them to release the accused.

The policemen arrested the MPA and his guards, registered a case against them for interfering in government matters and sent them to jail.


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