Pretend arms licences case
Groups shaped to arrest seven absconding officers
From Our Correspondent
FAISALABAD: Anti-Corruption Institution Regional Director Muhammad Ayub Khan has constituted particular groups to arrest seven accused officers within the pretend arms licences case.
Reportedly, seven officers of the DCO Workplace Arms Licensing Department had allegedly issued greater than 5,000 pretend licenses from 2009 to 2015.
The absconding officers are Peter Yousaf Saifur Rehman, Muhammad Afzal, Tanvir Hussain, Ahmad Zahid, Syed Masood, Rana Yasin and a former clerk.
CONVICTED: Anti-Terrorism Courtroom Particular Decide Raja Pervaiz Akhtar on Thursday awarded life time period on two counts to Masood Ahmad Khichi in abduction for ransom case.
The prosecution stated that the convict had kidnapped Ashiq, a resident of Madina City, after calling him to his home. Later, the convict launched him after receiving Rs 800,000 ransom. The opposite convicts within the case, together with ASI Muhammad Anwar, Hafiz Liaqat Ali and Rab Nawaz, had already been awarded life imprisonment on two counts.
KILLER GETS DEATH: Further Periods Decide Arshad Mehmood on Thursday awarded demise sentence to accused Khaliqur Rehman, a resident of Chak 27/JB, in a homicide case registered with Thikriwala police.
The courtroom, nevertheless, acquitted one other accused Muhammad Ramzan, giving him the good thing about the doubt. The prosecution stated that the convict had killed his pal M Sohail Akram in 2009.
EXTORTIONIST BOOKED: Mansoorabad police have registered a case towards an unidentified extortionist for demanding Rs 5 million ransom from a person.
Zahid Hussain reported to police that the accused had additionally threatened him of dire penalties.
In one other case, Jhang Bazaar police registered a case towards an unidentified caller for demanding Rs 2 million extortion from a person. The instances have been registered underneath Part 25-D of the Telegraph Act.
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