Skip to comments.Police has detained 2 FC employees for taking bribes in Peshawar
Posted on 11/01/2011 2:46:46 AM PDT by musarratullah
Peshawar, Police has detained the Frontier constabulary (FC) employees, whose demanding money from the traders at Peshawar. Faqir Abad police detain them from Vegetable Market near Shahi Bagh.
According to police they detail two people who have official vehicle of frontier Constabulary and they were employees of the Frontier Constabulary, daily came to vegetable Market Shahi Bagh and demand of vegetable for officer. Today the FC employees visited the Vegetable Market and they demand from the shopkeepers for free vegetable, but shopkeepers refuse to fulfill the demand for FC employees.
After the refusal FC employees start fight with the shopkeepers and they threat them that the shopkeepers will face the punishment during fight FC employees start firing on traders. But no loss occurred there.
People inform the police and Faqir abad police detained 2 persons also the vehicle which used for bring the vegetable.
The arrested person threatened the Police and they said that no one detain them. After the investigation local police hide the detain person and didnt give any information to the media.
The DSP Shakir Bangash talk to the media and confirmed that these people bring daily vegetable from the vegetable market and their work continue since 8 month. He demands from the media person that they didnt give the news of detention of the FC employees. He said that Media didnt show the corrupt image of the FC Employees to the people. Asking about his duty the DSP Shakir Bangash said that we were investigation and we will inform the high official about the incident.
When ask about the Frontier Constabulary employees detention the Public relation officer Mr.Wajid, refuse to give the opinion about the employees and he said that I didnt hear your voice so please talk to Major Afzal for clarification. When we try to contact the Major Afzal about the incident his mobile phone was off.
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