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Rawalpindi Police Make Breakthrough Arrest in GHQ Gate Attack Amidst Violent Protests


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In a significant breakthrough, the Rawalpindi Police have successfully apprehended the main suspect involved in the attack on the GHQ gate during violent protests that erupted following the arrest of Imran Khan, the chairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party. The authorities have intensified their crackdown on those responsible for incidents of arson, vandalism, and looting. Several cases have been registered against the perpetrators in Rawalpindi, and a special committee has been formed to investigate the attacks and identify individuals involved.

Rawalpindi Police have made significant progress in their efforts to bring those responsible for the unrest to justice. The main suspect in the GHQ gate attack, identified as Idris, was apprehended by the police. The suspect gained recognition through a viral video on social media, and it was later revealed that he was an employee of the district government. This arrest marks a major success in the crackdown against individuals involved in the violent protests.

To address the escalating incidents of arson, vandalism, and looting, a total of 17 cases have been registered against arsonists in Rawalpindi. This demonstrates the seriousness with which the authorities are approaching the situation, aiming to hold all perpetrators accountable for their actions.

In addition to the ongoing investigations, a seven-member committee led by SSP Investigation Zanira Azfar has been established to probe the case related to the GHQ gate attack and other incidents. The committee will specifically investigate the involvement of Raja Basharat and other individuals in the attack, as well as PTI’s Ghulam in other cases. The nominated individuals, including Sarwar Khan, Fayyazul Hasan Chauhan, Ejaz Khan Jazzi, and Rashid Shafiq, will also be subject to scrutiny.

In Islamabad, a total of 16 cases have been registered in various police stations, with charges ranging from terrorism to other serious crimes. The cases mention several individuals, including PTI leaders Asad Qaiser, Aamir Mughal, Jahangir Chaudhry, and Raja Shahid Nawaz, as well as PTI workers, Afghan residents, and approximately 500 unidentified individuals. This indicates the wide range of individuals allegedly involved in the violent incidents.

The arrest of the prime suspect in the GHQ gate attack by Rawalpindi Police is a significant achievement in the ongoing crackdown against the perpetrators of violent protests. The authorities intensified efforts to address incidents of arson, vandalism, and looting reflect their determination to restore law and order. With multiple cases registered against the culprits, the investigations are progressing, and a dedicated committee has been tasked with unraveling the complexities of the attacks. As the investigations unfold, the nation awaits further developments and hopes for a thorough and fair resolution to bring justice to those affected by the unrest.

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