Karachi authorities on Sunday claimed to have arrested six cops belonging to Criminal offense Investigation Agency (CIA) Centre Jamshoro on costs of attempting to offer seized medications in the city, officials stated.
The FIR of the situation was signed up at the Boat Basin police station on behalf of the state through a police assessor.
According to the FIR, a cops celebration was patrolling near Clifton coastline on Saturday evening when, on the basis of a secret information, it flagged down a police car for monitoring. The cops mobile’s driver and an additional person sitting in the front determined themselves as constables, both in civilian garments. Four others riding the vehicle in cops attires determined themselves as policemen Aijaz Ali, Rahib Husain, Ahmed Nawaz and also Abdul Hameed.
During assessment, at least 20 packages containing 23 kilogrammes of hashish as well as a bag consisting of 44 packages of the very same medication weighing 53kg were found in the mobile as well as seized.
The cops “did not present any kind of roadway certification neither were the narcotics sealed”, according to the FIR.
The police officers were apprehended on the spot along with 4 sub-machine weapons (SMGs) and also 30 rounds as well as their van.
The suspects revealed that they came from CIA Jamshoro, according to the FIR. They stated they had been sent to Karachi by their in-charge, Nisar Bhatti, to offer medicines to an unknown individual in Shirin Jinnah Colony situated in Clifton.
The FIR was signed up under the Control of Narcotics Substances Act, 1997. Some sections of the FIR carry the death sentence or jail time forever or imprisonment up to 14 years as quantity of the seized contrabands exceeded the limits enshrined in the legislation concerned.
On The Other Hand, Hyderabad DIG Sharjeel Kharal developed a committee headed by DSP Problem Cell Manzoor Panhwar and comprising DSP Shabbir Sarki and other authorities as participants to carry out a probe right into the matter.
Jamshoro SSP Javed Baloch sealed the CIA centre as an investigation into the incident went underway.