Islamabad: In the aftermath of renewed terrorism in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Balochistan, Islamabad’s Eagle Squad has checked 2,024 suspicious persons, motorcycles and vehicles in the past 24 hours.
Furthermore, the police said in a statement that they are ready to deal with any problem and FCs have been deployed in the city to assist the police.
“We prevent law and order incidents and terrorism from happening in the city. Citizens are asked to cooperate with police and inform them about suspects,” said a police spokesperson.
The Eagle Squad operates under the safe city of Islamabad and was deployed in different areas of the city for patrol and crime prevention, he said.
“Over the past 24 hours, Eagle Squad has checked a total of 157 pedestrians, 1,330 motorcycles and 306 vehicles with special checks and snap checks. It was confiscated at the police station.
The Eagle Squad also made sure to arrest numerous suspects involved in cellphone snatching and violent crimes. We also removed tinted glass from 17 vehicles,” he said.
In another deployment, police arrested eight criminals from various neighborhoods and recovered the drugs and ammunition they were carrying.
In addition, Karachi Company police arrested a wanted member of the Sri Gang and recovered cash and a mobile phone from his property.
Secretariat police arrested three members of a criminal gang involved in the snatching operation and recovered the looted cash from their property, a police spokesman said.
Published at dawn on December 22, 2022