ABID ALI SOLANGI
DADU: Dadu police arrested two proclaimed offenders wanted in various heinous cases, while SSP Dadu issued show cause notice to 247 police officials over the charges of negligence and suspended three officials over the charges of helping criminals in fleeing from police stations on Wednesday.
According to detail, following to directives of Senior Superintendent of Police Dadu, Tarique Razzaque Dharejo, Mondar Police and Drigh Bala police raided at various places and arrested two proclaimed offenders, Mevo Shahani and Majid Shahani. Two arrested criminals were wanted at various police stations in various heinous cases including murder, robbery, attacks on police officials and others.
Talking to this reporter on phone, Senior Superintendent of Police Dadu, Tarique Razzaque Dharejo told that today he had chaired meeting and called different Police officers and policemen related various castes including Chandia, Lund, Shahani, Khushik, Solangi and others, handed over lists of names of proclaimed offenders related with various castes of Police officials and directed instructions them to help in arresting them within one week, otherwise action will be taken against those police officials.
Mr Dharejo told that he had suspended three police officers, Allah Bux Chandio, Kandero Chandio and Sikander Chandio over the charges of negligence and helping criminals in fleeing from police stations. He told that he had also issued show cause notices to total 247 Police officers, policemen and others over the charges of negligence.
Mr Dharejo told that to forgive criminals means to provide them opportunity for next criminal activity. He further told that those police officers will be suspended who were found involved in supporting criminals. He said that severe instructions were issued to Station House Officers – SHOs of various police stations that if any criminal activity takes place from any SHOs jurisdiction, he will be treated according to the law.
Dadu Police arrests two proclaimed offenders while SSP Dadu issues show cause notices to 247 officials over the negligence.
ABID ALI SOLANGI