Mirpur, AJK – A major police crackdown on criminals in Mirpur district has resulted in the arrest of 217 people, including a large number of illegally residing Afghans. The operation was personally monitored by SSP Mirpur Raja Irfan Saleem.
During the operation, 35 motorcycles and 8 vehicles were also seized. The suspects were arrested for a variety of crimes, including theft, robbery, burglary, and dacoity. They were also found to be illegally residing in the district.
Public and civil circles have welcomed the crackdown against such elements across the district. They have demanded that the crackdown continue and that the arrested persons be deported from the district.
SSP Mirpur Raja Irfan Saleem said that the crackdown was part of a series of measures being taken by the police to improve the security situation in the district. He said that the police would continue to take action against criminals and other elements who pose a threat to the safety and security of the people.
The crackdown has been welcomed by the people of Mirpur, who have long been concerned about the rising crime rate in the district. They hope that the crackdown will lead to a significant reduction in crime and make the district a safer place to live.
Here are some of the reactions to the crackdown:
- “This is a long-awaited crackdown that will hopefully make Mirpur a safer place to live.” – Muhammad Ali, resident of Mirpur
- “The police should continue to take action against criminals and other elements who pose a threat to the safety and security of the people.” – Zafar Iqbal, businessman in Mirpur
- “I welcome the crackdown and hope that it will lead to a significant reduction in crime.” – Fatima Khan, student in Mirpur
The crackdown is a positive step towards improving the security situation in Mirpur district. It is important that the AJK police continue to take action against criminals and other elements who pose a threat to the safety and security of the people