Seven Held For Pasting ‘Threat’ Posters In Islamabad: Police

KL Report


As per a police spokesperson Islamabad police has arrested seven persons for pasting ‘threatening posters’ in town Islamabad and has also recovered incriminating printing material from them.

“Last week threatening posters were found pasted around few places at Lal chowk, Reshi bazar, etc. The poster bore the names of 33 people who were threatened to stay away from police by HM outfit,” reads a statement.

Meanwhile a case FIR No. 225/2013 under section 505,506, 120(b) RPC and 13 ULA Act has been registered and investigation was taken up.

Pertinently on July 15, 2013, “Islamabad police received a tip off, regarding Ashiq Hussain Narchor son of Mohammad Yousuf Narchor resident of Mattan Chowk Islamabad to be involved in the poster pasting incident. He was arrested, during his questioning he confessed of preparing and pasting the threat letters at various places in town Islamabad. He also disclosed the name of his associates who assisted him in execution of work. Manzoor Ahmad Wani son of Ghulam Mohi-ud-din Wani resident of Iqbal Market, Mohammad Abass Wani son of Abdul Rehman Wani resident of Sarnal Bala, Saqib Tahir Shah son of Tahir Shah resident of Dangerpora Islamabad, Rahid Shafi Wani son of Mohammad Shafi Wani resident of Qazibagh Islamabad, Shakeel Ahmad Bhat son of Abdul Aziz Bhat  resident of Anchidora and Bilal Ahmad Hajam  son of Ghulam Nabi Hajam resident of Shangus were arrested on his disclosure,” reads a statement.

Police spokesperson further said that they have arrested all the associates involved in the case, and upon their disclosure one Laptop, one Printer, 05 plain leaves of HM letter pad, and two printed leaves of HM letter pad were recovered.

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