ISLAMABAD: Islamabad police have busted two gangs comprising six persons involved in dacoity and street crimes and recovered snatched cash, valuables and weapons from their possession, a police spokesman said. He said that Senior Superintendent Police Operations Najeebur Rahman Bugvi assigned the task to Superintendent Police Rural Zone Liaquat Hayat Niazi to ensure arrest of those involved in looting people at gun point. He constituted a team under the supervision of Station House Officer Shahzad Town police station Athar Khan which included Sub-Inspector Ghulam Muhammad, Assistant Sub Inspectors Arif Hussain, Momin Khan Muhammad Afzal and others. This team worked hard and succeeded to arrest four persons identified as Mursleen, s/o Sikander Sher, Amjad Khan s/o Ameer Khan, Rajab s/o Parvez Akhtar and Sherzada s/o Muhammad Fayyaz, a resident of Batala Colony Islamabad. Police also recovered cell phone and weapons from the and further investigation is underway from them. SHO of Shams Colony Police Station, Sub-Inspector Liaquat Ali, ASI Akhtar Ali along with others arrested two street criminals and recovered snatched cash, mobile phones, bike and weapons from their possession. They have been identified as Waqar s/o Zulfqar Ali and Umair s/o Javed Akhtar residents of Dokhe Ratta Rawalpindi. Cases have been registered against them and further investigation is being made from them. Meanwhile, ASI Muhammad Ashraf from CIA police arrested Arshad and recovered mobile phone from him. Sub-Inspector Rab Nawaz from Tarnol police arrested Sarfraz and recovered 200 gram heroin from him. Shehzad Town police arrested two accused Kareem and Akhtar besides recovering a 30 bore pistol and a 12 bore rifle from their possession respectively. SSP Islamabad Najeebur Rahman Bugvi has appreciated this performance and directed for high vigilance in the city. He has appreciated this overall performance and directed all police officials for high vigilance against criminal elements. Published in Daily Times, July 22nd 2018.