In a significant international operation, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Interpol Pakistan, in collaboration with Interpol Saudi Arabia, has successfully apprehended a wanted suspect, Qurban Ali, in Riyadh. This achievement underscores the effectiveness of international cooperation in bringing fugitives to justice and upholding the law.
The accused, Qurban Ali, was detained by Interpol Pakistan in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and subsequently transferred to Islamabad International Airport. According to an Interpol spokesperson, Qurban Ali was wanted by the Punjab Police, with a case registered against him in Faisalabad for multiple counts of murder. A red notice had also been issued for his arrest, indicating the severity and urgency of the charges against him.
This remarkable operation was made possible through the close working relationship and collaboration between Interpol Islamabad and Interpol Riyadh. The successful apprehension of the suspect not only reflects the dedication of law enforcement agencies but also demonstrates the global reach of Interpol’s efforts to combat crime and capture individuals wanted by the law.
Following the arrest, the Interpol Pakistan immigration unit handed over Qurban Ali to the relevant local authorities, ensuring that he faces due process and the charges against him are adjudicated in accordance with the law.
In a separate case, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) took action against illegal financial activities. During a raid in Mailsi city, located in Punjab’s Vehari district, the FIA arrested Ghulam Sarwar, who was allegedly involved in running an illegal hawala and hundi business, which deals with informal money transfers.
This series of actions by law enforcement agencies highlights the ongoing efforts to combat criminal activities, maintain the integrity of financial systems, and ensure that individuals who engage in illegal practices face the consequences of their actions. It serves as a reminder of the commitment to upholding the law and safeguarding the interests of society.