Head constable held for selling official weapons

A Pakistani policeman (background) searches a passenger at the Lahore railway station in Lahore on August 5, 2013. A bomb exploded on a passenger train in central Pakistan on August 5, killing a toddler and wounding 13 others, officials said, in what the railways minister called "an act of terrorism". The device on the Shalimar Express from the eastern city of Lahore to Karachi went off as it passed through fields near the town of Toba Tek Singh in Punjab province. AFP PHOTO / ARIF ALI

MULTAN: Police has arrested three outlaws including a head constable of Shah Rukan-e-Alam police for selling official weapons.
According to police sources here on Saturday, a police party was on routine patrolling on Friday night near Noon Chowk in premises of Shah Rukan-e-Alam police station when they stopped two suspicious cars coming from the Gulistan Chowk side.
During search the police recovered official weapons of police department and arrested two outlaws–Amir and Allah Bakhash. The arrested outlaws informed that they used to purchase official weapons from head constable Taj Muhammad of Shah Rukan-e-Alam police and sale outside the city.
The Shah Rukan-e-Alam police registered the case against them and also arrested head constable Taj Muhammad. Further investigation are in progress, sources added.– APP


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