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FIA Interpol arrests wanted criminal from Saudi Arabia

FIA Interpol arrests wanted criminal from Saudi Arabia

FIA Interpol arrests wanted criminal from Saudi Arabia

FIA Interpol arrests wanted criminal from Saudi Arabia

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KARACHI: The Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Interpol and Immigration staff arrested the alleged suspect involved in serious crimes like sabotage from Saudi Arabia.

Spokesperson of FIA said the accused Rao Habib ur Rehman is wanted by the Punjab Police. The accused was arrested from Saudi Arabia and moved to Karachi Airport.

A case was registered against the accused in the year 2014 under the anti-terrorism provisions of Fateh Shah police station Vehari. FIA NCB Interpol had issued a red notice for the arrest of the accused, the accused will be handed over to the Punjab Police.

Director General FIA Ahmed Ishaq Jahangir while appreciating the performance of NCB Interpol Pakistan said that NCB Interpol Pakistan equipped with modern technology is in touch with the whole world 24/7, in the world no place is safe for wanted accused in serious crimes.

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A new agency named National Cyber ​​Crime Investigation Agency (NCCIA) has been created to prevent cyber crime related crime in the country.

The notification said that the investigation agency of the NCCIA established under Section 29 of the Act, the NCCIA would exercise the powers conferred under the Act.

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