Mansehra police raid houses of Tehreek-i-Insaf leaders – Pakistan

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MANSEHRA: The police raided the houses of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf leaders right here on Saturday.

However, no arrest was made because the police didn’t discover PTI leaders at residence.

Raids have been performed on the houses of former MNA Salah Mohammad Khan and former adviser to the chief minister Babar Saleem Swati in Baffa and Mansehra areas, respectively.

PTI sources claimed that Mr Salah had gone into hiding for the reason that police started a crackdown on the get together’s activists over the May 9-10 violent protests in opposition to the arrest of former prime minister Imran Khan.

They stated the police have been to arrest the previous MNA’s son as nicely however he fled earlier than the raid.

The police additionally raided the home of PTI Youth Wing chief Kamal Saleem Swati however didn’t discover him.

Eleven PTI activists have been detained right here after the May 9-10 riots however the police freed all of them on the bail granted by the native courts.

KILLED: A resident was killed and one other suffered vital accidents when two teams traded fireplace over a land dispute in Rehgalla space right here.

Firing victims Mohammad Mubarak and Ahmad Idrees have been shifted to the King Abdullah Teaching

Hospital, the place the medical doctors pronounced the previous useless and referred the latter to the Ayub Medical Complex Abbottabad as a consequence of vital situation.

The police registered an FIR and commenced raids to arrest the gunmen.

Meanwhile, the police on Saturday carried out “search and strike” operations across the websites of improvement initiatives being executed by Chinese firms right here.

The police personnel searched round 150 houses and locations in Darband, Jabori and Balakot areas and quizzed the residents, in response to the police.

They stated the search and strike operation can be carried out in different elements of the district as nicely, whereas measures have been being taken for the security of foreigners.

Published in Dawn, June 4th, 2023

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