The widow of a man slain in an alleged false encounter in Jhang claims the police are harassing her for filing a petition in court requesting the registration of a murder case against the police officers involved in the incident, including a sub-inspector.
Zeba Bibi told reporters on Sunday that Satellite police sub-inspector Amanullah Qamar and other police officers arrested her husband, Ghulam Jaffar, as he was taking a bath at his tube well in hamlet Bela Bangash, according to her plea before Jhang magistrate Kamran Khalid. Her opponents, she claimed, accompanied the cops. Later, she claimed, her husband was shot dead in a fictitious encounter, and that the police raided her house on a regular basis to harass her and prevent her from filing the case.
Amanullah Qamar, a sub-inspector, called the allegations against him “baseless.” He also stated that a judicial investigation into the incident was underway, and that he would provide his evidence to the inquiry officer.
WHEAT: Approximately 1,900 metric tonnes of wheat were seized from accused smugglers who were attempting to transfer it from Faisalabad to other districts in violation of the prohibition in recent days. The smugglers have been charged in seven cases.
216 searches were carried out across the division to stop the unlawful transportation and hoarding of wheat, Faisalabad Commissioner Zahid Hussain stated during a wheat procurement campaign meeting.
Shahid Khokhar, deputy director of the Food Department, told the audience that 40 procurement centres had been set up to buy 535,510 metric tonnes of wheat, and that teams were working to curb smuggling at 13 M-3 and M-4 interchanges, as well as 70 additional highway locations.
Tariq Mahmood, ACs Umar Maqbool and Sahibzada Muhammad Yousaf, Agriculture Director Abdul Hameed, Deputy Director Khalid Mehmood, and police officers were also in attendance.
SECURITY: On Sunday, the district police made special precautions to ensure the safety of the Christian community who celebrated Easter in 90 churches throughout the area.
According to a police officer, 427 cops, 300 Razakars, and private volunteers were stationed in and around the churches.
A guy was allegedly poisoned to death by his wife on Sunday in Kamalia.
Asif Jehangir Mughal (35), a resident of the city’s Bhaghaiwala neighbourhood, was transported to Kamalia Tehsil Headquarters Hospital early in the morning, where physicians recommended him to the DHQ hospital, according to Kamalia City police. He died later in the hospital. The deceased’s family claimed that the deceased’s wife, Nahid Bibi, poisoned him. The culprit was apprehended by police.
A little kid drowned near Adda Chak 77-GB on Satiana Road, Faisalabad, in a canal.
According to the Rescue 1122 report, Sabir Ali (8), the son of a farmer named Talib Hussain, was bathing his buffaloes when he slipped and drowned. The rescuers were able to locate his body after a two-hour search.