14 arrested from Lahore seminaries in search operation

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Published in Pakistan
Tuesday, 04 August 2015


Lahore Police carried out a search operation in nine seminaries of different schools of thought in the provincial capital and took 14 students in custody for interrogation.

The arrests were made from Jamia Masjid Fatima and Muhammadi Masjid in Nawab Town (Chuhng police circle), ASP Irfan Samoon informed. Earlier, Capital City Police Officer (CCPO) Amin Wains said police teams checked particulars of 1,100 students.

In a statement, he said the details of the students were checked in Madressah Qasar-i-Farooq-i-Azam, Shahdara, Madressah Urwa Tulwaska, Kot Lakhpat, Madressah Jamia Muhammadia, Chauburji, Madressah-i-Farooq Azam, South Cantt, Madressah Hanfia, Ghaziabad, Madressah Minhajul Hasnain, Johar Town and Hostel Madressah Almustafa, Muslim Town. He said madressahs’ management was issued advisory letters besides instructions that no student should be registered without complete particulars.

The CCPO said that during first seven months of current year, Lahore police, under the National Action Plan (NAP), conducted search operations at more than 150,000 houses, 2,500 hotels and inns, 4,000 shops and other places, including 80 seminaries.

Mr Wains further said more than 4,000 cases had been registered for violation of loudspeaker act, publication and distribution of sectarian material, wall chalking and provocative speeches. Similarly, more than 500 cases were registered for display of fire arms and aerial firing. He said police checked identification documents of 350,000 people, including 7,000 tenants, and apprehended more than 6,000 suspects.


Nexus between drug dealers, terrorists will be broken: COAS


Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Raheel Sharif said that the nexus between drug dealers, financiers and perpetrators of terrorism will be broken.

Army Chief Gen Raheel Sharif issued the statement while visiting the headquarters of the Anti-Narcotic Force (ANF) where he was given a detailed briefing of the various aspects of ANF's counter drug smuggling operations by Director General (DG) ANF Major General Khawar Hanif.

During the briefing, General Khawar apprised the COAS of the international and regional drug situation and its negative effects on society. He also talked about ANF’s strategy and efforts to ensure a "drug free society", the challenges faced and the Five Years Force Development Plan.

General Raheel said drug peddlers and those involved in its production are as detrimental to national security as terrorists. He added that drug money is being used for the promotion of terrorism and it is therefore important that drug dealers are dealt with iron hands.
"We will break the nexus between drug dealers, financiers and perpetrators of terrorism," said General Raheel. "We will not allow these drug barons to negatively influence and spoil our future generations."
General Raheel appreciated ANF’s endeavors that saw a record number of drug seizures in 2014 and 2015. He also valued the achievements of the force in earning Pakistan the status of a poppy-free nation.

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