Armed men chase Karachi DSP returning from bank, snatch Rs800,000
KARACHI: A group of armed men snatched Rs 800,000 and a mobile phone from a police officer at gunpoint in Gulshan-e-Iqbal on Thursday, deepening the sense of insecurity in the city. Street crime.
Aziz Bhatti police said that four robbers on two motorcycles robbed Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Saad Jabbar of Rs 800,000 and two mobile phones when his car was stolen from his residence in Shanti Nagar, Dalmia. Approached.
The robbers chased the police officer when he was returning from the bank. The police have obtained the CCTV footage of the incident and started investigation.
The development comes days after the city police chief said that the situation in the metropolis. Not as bad as it is being made out to be. Although people are worried about the rising crime rate in Karachi, News Reported
Last Friday, Karachi Police Chief Javed Alam Odhu while speaking to the media at the Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industries (KCCI) denied that crime was on the rise in the city.
He said that crimes are more in Lahore and other cities but people of Karachi are beating themselves in the stomach.