Five thieves loot the house and remove valuables of Rs34m
LAHORE: Five armed thieves broke into a doctor’s house in Johar Town and looted money, gold ornaments and other valuables worth Rs 34 million.
Thieves broke into Dr Naseem Chaudhry’s home, took family members hostage at gunpoint, and looted silver, diamond rings, gold ornaments and watches- expensive bracelets. They also manhandled Dr. Naseem Chaudhry and others in the house. The thieves entered the house through the clinic. Police have registered a case.
A man was injured by a kite rope: A man was injured on Sunday by a kite rope within the police limits of the factory area. The injured man, identified as Mujahid Zafar, a resident of Mozang Chungi, was riding a bicycle when his throat was slit by a stray kite rope on Ferozepur Road, Factory Area. Rescuers took him to hospital. Meanwhile, citizens continued to flout the kite-flying ban in various parts of the provincial metropolis and enjoyed the deadly game without any fear.
Despite the Punjab government ban on kites, kites enthusiasts have been spotted flying kites in various parts of the city. Areas where citizens violated the ban include Wahdat Settlement, Ichhra, Mozang, Naulakha, Shafiqabad, Tibbi City, Misri Shah, Shalimar, Garhi Shahu, Lytton Road, Samanabad, Millat Park, Gulshan Ravi, Sherakot, Iqbal Town, Kot Lakhpat, Nishtar Colony, factory area, Ghaziabad, township, Dharampura and inside the walled city.
Road Safety Ceremony: A road safety ceremony and march were held at Lahore Zoo on the occasion of World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. The director and deputy director of the zoo, the president of TRSF and relatives of those killed and injured in accidents, students and others participated in the events.
Candles were lit and prayers were offered for the victims of traffic accidents. Helmets and gifts were distributed to citizens. CCPO requests officers to verify criminal incidents with assistance from PSCA: Lahore Capital Police Officer Fayyaz Ahmad Dev instructed all senior Lahore Police officers to verify criminal incidents in coordination with the Punjab Safe Cities Authority, backed by the latest surveillance systems to identify crime hot spots and reduce criminal incidents, including motorcycle thefts and robberies.
The CCTV cameras installed by the PSCA and the integrated command and communication system as well as data analysis of calls received to the helpline 15, hot spots and pockets of crime, specific crimes committed at a At any given time, the trends and trends in crimes have proven to be helpful in eradicating police crimes in the city.
CCPO Lahore Fiaz Ahmad Dev urged dolphin squad, police response unit and police stations to improve patrols in crime-sensitive areas and improve response time calls from the emergency helpline 15. The CHC stated that the Lahore police are taking concrete steps to ensure the protection of citizens’ lives and property.
Fayyaz Ahmad Dev said the lists of target offenders have been provided to all operational and investigative units to arrest them, as these usual criminals have always been involved in hardcore crime in the city. He called on the police to improve their performance in registering tenants, private employees, passengers and people staying in hotels. Regular search and search operations have played a central role in curbing anti-state and anti-social enemies, Fayyaz Ahmad Dev said. The CHC has said that any police officer or official who is found to facilitate land grabbing or other crimes will be dealt with with an iron fist. FIRs must be registered immediately in all cases of crimes against people and property as well as harassment of women and child abuse, while senior officers, including SPs, must personally visit the palaces. of the occurrence of heinous crimes and monitor all legal proceedings.
Surveillance cameras installed in different sections of police stations should be functional and their recording should be saved, he said. He ordered the police to step up their crackdown on drug sales, gambling and brothels. He urged all police officers to improve their behavior with their subordinates as well as with citizens and complainants.