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Motor vehicles, cell phones thefts on the rise in Karachi: report

KARACHI: The city of Karachi witnessed an average of ninety incidents of mobile phones thefts per day along with other criminal activities, said a report on Monday. The Citizens Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) released its report on criminal activities and incidents of theft and snatching within the first nine months of the current year. According to the report, there were 1059 incidents of motor vehicle theft and snatching which includes 96 government-owned vehicles costing over three billion rupees. This implies…

Karachi main Street Crimes ki wardaato’n mian izafa.

Karachi: Shaher e quaid main street crimes ki wardaton main izafa hogaya. Rawan saal kay sirf 9 mah main 142 gariyan cheennay kay cases report huvay. Tafseelat kay mutabiq citizen police liaison committee nay apni report jari kardi hai, jis kay mutabiq shaher main street crimes ki wardaton main izfa hogya hai. Guzishta baras 2017 main 156 gariyan cheeni gayi, ravan saal sirf 9 mah main 142 gariyan cheenay kay case report juvay. Report kay mutabiq 2017 main gariyan chori honay kay 868 cases report huvay, rawan saal…

CPLC releases July report on street crimes in Karachi

KARACHI: The Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) on Monday released a report on street crimes committed in July 2018 in Karachi, ARY News reported. According to details, 3,207 mobile phones were snatched or stolen, while only 130 could be recovered. 2,778 motorcycles were stolen or snatched and only 574 could be recovered.  Three incidents of extortion also took place in the megalopolis. Twenty-five people were killed in the incidents of firing and torture. Meanwhile,121 four-wheelers were also snatched…

45 people robbed at gunpoint daily in Karachi during April: CPLC

KARACHI: The Citizens Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) has released a report indicating a staggering number of 45 people being robbed of their valuables at gunpoint in the city on daily basis during the month of April. From personal valuables to vehicles, many citizens have been robbed of their belongings at gunpoint. Valuables listed mainly include mobile phones, cash and motorcycles. A number of 45 people on average are reported to have fallen victim to these rising crimes in the city every day. According to the…

361 killed, billions of rupees robbed/ stolen in Karachi this year: CPLC

KARACHI: At least 361 people have been killed, while valuables and cash worth billions of rupees were robbed/ stolen this year in Karachi, revealed a Citizens Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) report on the crimes committed in the last 11 months. The report said 28,000 people were stripped of their mobile phones. A total worth of these handsets makes up to Rs280.8 million. 24,154 citizens lost their motor bikes, worth around Rs966.1 mn. While, 1,331 subjects were deprived of their vehicles, worth about Rs931.7 mn in the…

CPLC launches separate websites to identify unclaimed bodies, stolen cellphones

KARACHI: The Citizens-Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) has launched two websites for identification of unclaimed bodies and verification of snatched or stolen cell phone. An official of the CPLC said the information about the identification of unclaimed bodies will be available on shanakht.cplc.org.pk, Radio Pakistan reported. The website has been launched in collaboration with EDHI Foundation, CHIPA Welfare Association, National Database & Registration Authority. Meanwhile, the snatched and stolen cell phones…

These are the 13 places where you are more likely to get mugged in Karachi, according to CPLC

KARACHI: Citizens Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) has named 13 locations where people of Karachi are more susceptible to becoming victims of street crimes, ARY News reported. ARY News correspondent Salman Lodhi said over 33,000 cell phones and around 20,000 motorcycles were snatched last year in the megapolis. While, not even 10 percent of the snatched valuables could be recovered of them. A senior officer claims that the huge volume of street crimes in the biggest city of Pakistan is due to the damaged roads.…