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  1. Terrapinzflyer
    ISLAMABAD, Jan 10 (APP) : Islamabad Police have arrested fifteen outlaws including four women from various areas of the city and recovered a total of 100 wine bottles and 1.100 kilogram hashish from their possession, a police spokesman said on Tuesday.Sub-Inspector Tahir Khan and ASI Nasir Manzoor from Aabpara police station arrested Mehmud Masid and Khuram Masih and recovered a total of 100 wine bottles from their possession.Sub-Inspector Muhammad Afras from Tarnol police station arrested a drug pusher Abbass and recovered 1.100 kilogram hashish from his possession.

    On a tip off, Station House Officer of Sabzi Manid police station Abid Ikram raided at House N0.207, Street No.21, sector I-10/1 after getting search warrant and arrested twelve persons for their alleged involvement in immoral activities. The nabbed persons have been identified as Aamir, Ghazanfar Mehmud, Sohail, Ali Azeem, Ghazanfar Hussain, Iftikhar, Abdul Latif, Hameed, Sana, Mehwish, Ayesha and Kashi.

    Cases have been registered against these nabbed persons and further investigation is underway from them. SSP Islamabad Muhammad Yousuf Malik has further directed all police officials to intensify efforts against anti-social elements.




  1. Terrapinzflyer
    Stories like this always grab my attention. Sometimes it is easy to forget that alcohol is just as illegal as more common illicit drugs in some countries.

    And I find it an important reminder in the constant arguement of "why is X drug ilegal when alcohol (or Tobacco) are legal". I have spent time in "Dry" counties in the US where alcohol was banned, and have known more then a few folk who seriously want alcohol banned, and believe that it will be one day. In some areas of the US it is very easy to believe prohibition may head towards even more restrictive, then less.
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