Six suspected criminals were slain in police engagements in Rawalpindi

RAWALPINDI: In two distinct confrontations, Rawalpindi police have slain six alleged offenders, including the mastermind of a vicious crime against a British-Pakistani citizen.
The first incident happened close to Race Course Police Station. Sajid alias Guttu, Hassan, Muhammad Ali alias Babio, and Waseem were the four bandits who engaged the police in a deadly struggle.
These offenders were allegedly a part of an interprovincial gang that committed a number of crimes, including the most recent heist that resulted in the untimely death of British-Pakistani national Tasir Mehmood.
The four suspects were eliminated as a result of the police’s prompt response. The murdered victim’s laptop and backpack were among the items found, along with guns and police outfits that were utilized during their illegal actions.
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A second confrontation happened in the vicinity of Morgah Police Station when patrolling cops attempted to halt four motorcycle riders. Refusing to comply, the suspects started shooting at the officers.
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Two attackers, including street criminal Ahmed Khan, were slain in the gunfight, while the other two were able to flee. Ahmed Khan was no stranger to confrontation with the law; in one instance, he injured ASI Shoaib.