Six alleged criminals killed in Rawalpindi police encounters


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RAWALPINDI: Six alleged criminals have been killed by Rawalpindi police in two separate encounters, including the mastermind behind a brutal crime against a British-Pakistani citizen.

The first encounter unfolded near Race Course Police Station, where four bandits, identified as Sajid alias Guttu, Hassan, Muhammad Ali alias Babio, and Waseem, were involved in a fatal confrontation with the police.

These criminals were reportedly part of an inter-provincial gang responsible for various crimes, including the recent robbery that led to the tragic death of Tasir Mehmood, a British-Pakistani citizen.

The police swiftly responded, resulting in the elimination of all four suspects. Recovered items included the deceased victim’s laptop and bag, as well as weapons and police uniforms used in their criminal activities.

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In the Morgah Police Station area, a second encounter occurred when officers on patrol tried to stop four motorcycle riders. The suspects, refusing to comply, opened fire on the police.

In the exchange of gunfire, two assailants, including Ahmed Khan, known for street crime, were killed, while the remaining two managed to escape. Ahmed Khan had a history of confronting the police, previously injuring ASI Shoaib in an incident.

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