Even after forming 8 teams, police fails to arrest Abid Ali three weeks later

So far, five raids have been conducted in Lahore, Nankana Sahib, Sheikhupura, Kasur, and Sahiwal in order to arrest the accused but all these attempts proved to be futile. 

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Three weeks have passed since the motorway incident. The gang rape shook the entire nation and served as a motivation behind protests across the country. However, to this date, 8 police teams, comprising of 112 personnel, have failed to arrest the prime suspect Abid Ali.

It is pertinent to mention here that Abid has managed to escape from the authorities numerous times, and is still missing.

Attempts at arresting

So far, five raids have been conducted in Lahore, Nankana Sahib, Sheikhupura, Kasur, and Sahiwal in order to arrest the accused but all these attempts proved to be futile.

The police have detained relatives of Abid as well. His two brothers-in-law, identified as Sabbir Ali and Arif Ali, and are in police custody. The police sources say that the prime suspect behind the motorway incident was in close contact with his ‘relatives’, but have still been unsuccessful in tracing him.

Abid Ali’s whereabouts

Police sources have released the pictures of Abid Al and informed that he has been to areas in Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. The details say that he also stayed in Jamshoro, Buner, and Hangu. Authorities have sent teams to KP and Sindh to arrest the criminal.

Six different sketches were prepared for Abid’s possible appearance. It is expected that he will change his appearance in order to hide, which is why his hair has been removed in one photo. In another, he can be seen with only a mustache, while the others show different combinations of hairstyles and facial hair. However, his primary features have not been altered.

 

The Police have already released the ‘tip-off numbers’, where any information regarding the criminal can be reported. Other than this, an award of Rs.2.5 million has also been announced for the person who helps in his finding him.

Rapid-response teams

Eight teams have been formed from Punjab Police’s Crime Investigation Agency (CIA), the Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD), and the Special Branch to aid the arrest of Abid Ali.

An integrated network has also been laid down, which includes rapid-response teams in different districts across the province, based on tip-offs about the presence of the suspect.

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