Eight human traffickers remanded to police for 14 days
ISLAMABAD—The court remanded eight culprits involved in human trafficking into police custody on judicial remand for 14 days.
The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) produced eight culprits involved in human trafficking and arrested from the US embassy in the court of senior Civil Judge Abdul Ghafoor Kakar who after hearing the arguments of the filers and defenders of the case remanded the culprits for 14 days into police custody.
The culprits were identified as Tahir, Kamran Zaman, Amar Tabbasum, Shohaib, Khaqan hailing from Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK), Abdul Manan from Rawalpindi, Ibrar from Narowal and travel agent Zuban. The culprits were involved in collecting fake documents for visas in US Embassy while the travel agent used to prepare fake documents against huge sum on money.
One cohort of the travel agent named as Rehan Ghauri is residing in US and according to FIA sources efforts underway to bring him to book. —Agencies