Additional SHO Jamrud Niaz Muhammad succumbed to his injuries while another cop Akhtar Munir sustained injuries in the attack.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa IG held video-link conference provincial top brass to contemplate law and order situation of the province in the past 11 months
Three policemen were arrested and booked for assault and other charges.
The suspect sexually assaulted and murdered the minor after kidnapping her
Spokesperson to the KP government, Ajmal Wazir, said that the security personnel will be adjusted into police as per their ranks.
PESHAWAR: As part of bringing reforms and restructuring the provincial police department, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police has introduced a new SMS-based system named ‘Raabta’ aimed at facilitating complainants in cases of heinous crimes. According to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)’s announcement on Twitter, the purpose of new system is to facilitate complainant so that they know their case had been registered & reached the relevant authority. [email protected]_Police1 has devised new SMS-based system of information for…
15 kilograms of ice, 50,000 ecstasy pills and weed were among the seized drugs
PESHAWAR: The Interior Ministry on Wednesday received a report from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police detailing the vandalism, arson and harassment of citizens during Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) protests following a Supreme Court verdict acquitting Asia Bibi. According to the report, the miscreants, involved in damaging property in Nowshera and Hangu, have been arrested. Moreover, 25 have been registered in cases for inciting violence out of which eight suspects have been arrested. Further, the report reads that 17…
PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police have lost 18 sniffer dogs within four years due to neglect. Each of these specially trained dogs cost around Rs 500,000. In 2014, a Canine Unit was established in the KP police department to help the police in detecting terror threats. Sixty-seven dogs are currently part of the K9 unit and a number of 52 such dogs were imported. But according to reports, 18 such trained dogs died due to untrained handlers and lack of care. Official representatives denied such claims stating that…
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan on Wednesday lauded “professional” Khyber Pakhtunkwa police for arresting the suspected killer of little Asma in Mardan. Soon after a press conference by the IG KP police today, where he announced the arrest of the suspect, the PTI chief took to Twitter to heap praise on the police, which has been under fire ever since the Asma murder-sexual assault case came to the light. He said:“Commendable work by the professional KP police force. In the Asma case, with…