ISLAMABAD: The Federal Investigation Company (FIA) suspended on Monday its three officers over their alleged involvement in smuggling of cell phones, reported ARY Information.
Director Basic FIA Bashir Memon suspended sub-inspector Javed Iqbal, sub-inspector Akhtar Iqbal and constable Waqas Bhatti for allegedly smuggling cell telephones.
He directed the immigration director, Nasir Mahmood Satti to hold out a probe into the matter and submit his report on the earliest.
In a press release, he mentioned there is no such thing as a place for the folks concerned in unlawful actions within the FIA. He added authorized motion can be taken towards the suspended FIA officers over their involvement in smuggling.
Earlier at present, the Airport Safety Drive (ASF) arrested an FIA officer for smuggling 60 cellphones at Islamabad airport.
The ASF throughout a search discovered a bag stuffed with cell telephones from the custody of the FIA personnel as he was popping out of the airport.
“The official was concerned in smuggling of 60 cell telephones”, the ASF authorities mentioned.