Punjab Police under fire | Pakistan Today

–Pakpattan DPO Suspends Elderly Care Subtest

VEHARI / PAKPATTAN: Eight of the 13 people who were accused of torture by a local police officer on Thursday were accused of being arrested at Radan police station in Behari.

Under the direction of RPO Waseem Ahmed, cases were filed against eight police officers, including sections of police departments (DSP), station workers (SHO), CIA officers and Mura, under sections 354, 337 and 342.

Vehari's Superintendent Police (SP) investigation conducted an initial investigation of the incident.

Meanwhile, police raided the suspect suspect to arrest another suspect involved in the case.

The woman told the media that she was electrocuted and beaten in the torture chamber, after which police officials hung on the stairs.

She was accused of robbery by the landlord when the police took her to the torture chamber.

Suspended Police:

Meanwhile, police appeared to be honest after a video about an elderly man appeared in Pak Patan's shrine.

Sub-inspector Aijaz Ahmed was suspended on Sunday by Pakpattan DPO and an internal investigation of the incident was ordered.

Amir Masih, a suspected street crime on September 3, is said to have died in police custody. Marsh's death report revealed that he was tortured.

Prosecutor General Punjab (IG) Arif Nawaz Khan noticed the case and ordered the investigation to be removed and the arrest of five other police officers.

In another case involving police brutality and private torture, Sala Hurdin Ayurvedi died on Sunday as a police adviser. A video showing Sala Hoodin's physical and verbal abuse of two police officers provoked a widespread cry through the media and the Internet.

The case was recorded by the Punjab government, and officials are currently facing charges.

Lawyers arising out of a stable release by tapping:

A lawyer accused of women's despicable charges on Friday was released due to a legal error committed by Faiza Nawaz during his filing of his first information report (FIR). The lawyer, meanwhile, threatened to resign the protest if Naz did not take proper action against lawyer Ahmed Mukhtar.

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