Operation against lawbreakers
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