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Islamabad: Tarnol police on Friday raided a fake beverage factory in his area and seized thousands of empty bottles and filled with various brands, a police spokesman said on Friday.

Following Islamabad’s IGP directives and guidelines Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar, a police spokesman said that new efforts were being made to ensure effective oversight and examine the activities of those involved in fraudulent activities.

DIG (Operation) Waqar Ud din Syed had a special meeting with the head of the police station and directed them to accelerate efforts against anti-social elements.

In a clue, he said that SP Saddar Sarfraz Ahmed Virk formed a team under the supervision of DSP Khalid Mehmood Awan along with SHO Inspector Tarnol Arshad Ali, ASI Muhammad Ishaq and others. The team raided an unlicensed beverage factory in the Dhoke Ramzanian region of Tarnol and arrested a suspect named Tufail, a resident of the Kasur District.

The police team has also recovered a large number of substandard drinks. The accused produced fake drinks from various popular brands and supplied them in Islamabad & Rawalpindi.

Meanwhile, the Shalimar Police team under the supervision of ASP Rana Abdul Wahab was led by SHO Shalimar Sub-inspector of the Suleman Shah Police Station and the others arrested two robbers who were identified as Altaf and Tanveer Alias ​​Tano. The police team also found weapons, looted goods including cash, jewelry, watches and cellphones from them. The accused admitted their involvement in various daco incidents in the twin cities.

DIG (Operations) Waqar Uddin Syed has appreciated this performance and directed further effective steps towards those involved in anti-social activities.

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