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Capital Police establishes Abroad Pakistanis Complaints Cell

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APPISLAMABAD: Islamabad Capital Territory Police (ICTP) has established an Abroad Pakistanis Complaints Cell right here on the Central Police Workplace for early redressal of their grievances.

The cell, headed by Superintendent of Police (SP) Faryal Farid, could be purposeful 24/7 to facilitate the Pakistani expats, its spokesman informed APP.

He stated the complaints could also be lodged by way of electronic mail deal with [email protected], by phone quantity 051-9259022 or fax quantity 051-9259390.

The complaints concerning non-cognizable nature, he stated, could be entertained inside 24 hours, whereas in case of cognizable offence, the instances could be marked to the officer involved to report over the matter.

A regular working process (SOP) was additionally issued to deal with/deal with the complaints.

Equally, the police was additionally supposed to arrange an internet grievance portal, enabling Pakistanis to register their complaints whereas staying at their host nations, the spokesman added.

The Inspector Basic Police (IGP) Islamabad Dr Akbar Nasir Khan took the initiative, following Minister for Inside Rana Sanaullah’s instructions to offer speedy justice to the Pakistanis expats after decision of complaints on benefit.

 

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Previous bookshops’ uncommon collections attract readers

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LAHORE: Previous books have gotten more and more standard amongst e-book readers because of a lot of components together with low-cost costs, the need for authenticity, and the perceived worth of older editions.

Secondhand bookstores — equivalent to Nazir Uncommon and Vintage Bookshop in Lahore — are specialised in promoting uncommon books which carry a variety of previous books, first editions, restricted editions, and different uncommon or hard-to-find titles.

Speaking to the Related Press of Pakistan on Tuesday, a buyer, Saeed Ahmed, mentioned that previous e-book outlets is usually a excellent place for e-book collectors to search out uncommon or hard-to-find titles, in addition to for people who find themselves on the lookout for an inexpensive solution to construct their private library.

He mentioned many aged bookshops additionally carry different sorts of vintage objects, equivalent to maps, prints, and different collectables which make them a vacation spot for collectors of every kind.

A pupil, Sara Aftab, mentioned that many aged bookshops purchase books from the general public and that turns into a great way for individuals to promote the previous books that they not need and make some more money to commerce for different books.

She mentioned previous bookshops are a terrific useful resource for anybody considering accumulating or studying previous books. She mentioned previous bookshops provide a variety of titles at inexpensive costs and supply a singular procuring expertise for e-book lovers and collectors.

A analysis scholar at Federal Urdu College of Arts, Sciences and Expertise in Islamabad whereas commenting on the previous books mentioned that numerous publishers are providing as much as 50 % low cost on the brand new books whereas house owners of previous bookshops buy the books at a less expensive worth to resell them to needy readers at greater revenue margins.

When contacted by the press, the proprietor of an previous bookshop within the F-10 sector of Islamabad, Nadeem Iqbal mentioned they buy used books on the quarter worth and resell them at half worth.

He mentioned that the publishers provide a reduction on the books that are printed within the bulk however such gross sales lack selection. He mentioned that the gathering of previous e-book outlets, selection, previous editions, and uncommon collections make such retailers standard among the many public.

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Pindi Police arrests 13 suspects, recovers arms, ammunition in Chauntra operation

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RAWALPINDI: The Rawalpindi Police on the instructions of Metropolis Police Officer (CPO) Syed Shehzad Nadeem Bukhari, performed a search operation in Chauntra space, arrested some 13 suspects and recovered a big amount of arms and ammunition.

The search operation was performed on homes within the neighborhood of personal housing societies, the Police spokesperson stated.

The search operation was headed by SDPO Saddar Waqar Azim, SHO Chauntra, SHO Chakri and particular elite groups participated within the exercise.

The search operation was performed within the areas of Ladian, Khengar and Sangral.

The arrested accused included Faizan, Azhar, Sherbaz, Wajid, Abid, Salman, Shoaib, Sajid, Saleem, Hasan, Adnan, Sajid and Mikail.

The weapons recovered from the possession of the accused had been a lightweight machine gun (LMG), Kalashnikov 5, 8mm three, rifle 12 bore three, and 30 bore pistol, magazines and cartridges.

CPO Syed Shehzad Nadeem Bukhari appreciated SDPO Saddar, SHOs Chauntra and Chakri and the workforce.

“The aim of the search operation is to take motion towards felony parts and unlawful arms,” the CPO stated.

The Police would proceed crackdown on encroachment mafia and arms throughout Rawalpindi together with Chauntra, he added.

The CPO added that the Police would cope with the occupation mafia and those that play with human lives with iron palms.

“The motion is a transparent message for the mafia, supremacy of regulation can be ensured,” CPO Syed Shehzad Nadeem Bukhari stated.

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Robbers take away Rs20m valuables in Morgah bungalow heist

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RAWALPINDI: Three armed robbers barged right into a home in Morgah space of the garrison metropolis and made off with valuables together with international and native forex and gold ornaments price amounting to Rs20 million.

In line with the Rawalpindi Police spokesperson, the robbers barged into the home, held the relations hostage and locked them in a room at gunpoint. The accused searched the home for valuables together with Rs7.5 million, 9,000 Euros, 500 {Dollars} and 80 tolas of gold ornaments and made off with the loot.

The police spokesperson mentioned additionally they took passports, and a 9 mm pistol with them.

Metropolis Police Officer (CPO) Syed Shehzad Nadeem Bukhari took discover of the incident and directed the police to hint the accused and recuperate the stolen items.

Nonetheless, the police workforce reached the spot on the data of the incident.

SSP Operations and different officers inspected the spot and instructed the investigation workforce. Forensic groups collected proof from the scene and began engaged on technical proof and human intelligence.

The accused can be arrested and delivered to justice, mentioned SSP Operations Wasim Riaz Khan.

 

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