Op­er­a­tion against law­break­ers

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

RAWALPINDI—Po­lice un­der its ongoing drive against an­ti­so­cial elements have ar­rested 11 law­break­ers in­clud­ing two gam­blers.

Po­lice also re­cov­ered 1480 grams char­ras, four bot­tles of liquor and three pis­tols 30 bore with nine rounds from the pos­ses­sion of the ar­rested ac­cused, a po­lice spokesman said on Tues­day.

Pir­wad­hai po­lice held Khan Sher for hav­ing 450 grams char­ras while Sul­tan was net­ted with 610 grams char­ras. Air­port po­lice re­cov­ered 210 grams char­ras from the pos­ses­sion of Babar.

Tax­ila po­lice nabbed Shoaib on re­cov­ery of 210 grams char­ras. An­other ac­cused namely Safeer was sent be­hind the bars for pos­sess­ing four bot­tles of liquor. Naseer­abad po­lice ar­rested Wali Muham­mad who was run­ning an LPG agency il­le­gally.

Other ac­cused were rounded up for hav­ing il­le­gal weapons.

Mean­while, Wah Cantt po­lice ap­pre­hended two gam­blers namely Azhar and Tahir who was al­legedly in­volved in bet­ting on a cricket match. Po­lice re­cov­ered cash Rs 5000, five mo­bile phones, TV set, Lap­top and other items.—APP IS­LAM­ABAD—Spe­cial As­sis­tant to Prime Min­is­ter on For­eign Affairs Syed Tariq Fatemi on Tues­day said the ex­ist­ing cor­dial re­la­tions be­tween Pakistan and Hun­gary needed an increased en­gage­ment in po­lit­i­cal, eco­nomic and other ar­eas.

The Spe­cial As­sis­tant to PM (SAPM) stated this in a meet­ing with Hun­gar­ian Min­is­ter of State for Eco­nomic Di­plo­macy Levente Mag­yar here at the For­eign Of­fice. The SAPM com­mended the Hun­gar­ian oil and gas com­pany MOL for its suc­cess­ful op­er­a­tions and con­tri­bu­tion to the en­ergy sec­tor in Pakistan.

He also in­vited other Hun­gar­ian com­pa­nies to take ad­van­tage of the busi­ness friendly poli­cies of the govern­ment and in­vest in dif­fer­ent fields. Pakistan’s role and sac­ri­fices in the war against ter­ror­ism and other is­sues of regional and in­ter­na­tional im­por­tance also came un­der discussion. The Hun­gar­ian Min­is­ter, who is one a two­day visit to Pakistan, said Pakistan and Hun­gary en­joyed ex­cel­lent re­la­tions and Hun­gary was keen to fur­ther strengthen the bi­lat­eral ties. He also ap­pre­ci­ated Pakistan’s suc­cess in the fight against ter­ror­ism and ac­knowl­edged Pakistan’s pos­i­tive strides in econ­omy and law and or­der.—APP

Spe­cial As­sis­tant to the Prime Min­is­ter on For­eign Affairs Syed Tariq Fatemi in a meet­ing with the Hun­gar­ian Min­is­ter of State for Eco­nomic Di­plo­macy Levente Mag­yar.—APP

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