Rawalpindi Islamabad: Report released on financial losses during the unrest

The district administration and police have released a report on the financial losses incurred during the unrest in Rawalpindi Islamabad.

According to the details, the federal police have issued details on the protests and vandalism in Islamabad, stating that during the violent protests, government properties worth 250 million rupees were damaged.

Islamabad police stated that during the demonstrations, protesters set fire to 12 cars and 34 motorcycles, including the office of SP Industrial Area. ASP Nausheer Wani, ASP Abdul Aleem, and ASP Asad Ali were injured.

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The report stated that armed protesters attacked police stations in Thana Trinol, Thana Sangjani, and Thana Ramna, injuring 11 FC personnel and 71 police officers and personnel in violent protests.

The spokesperson stated that 26 cases have been registered against the anti-social elements involved in the unrest, and Islamabad police have arrested 564 people involved in violent activities.

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In addition, the Rawalpindi district administration’s report on financial losses stated that government and private properties suffered losses worth 100 million rupees during the protests in Rawalpindi.

According to the report, Hamza Camp building suffered a loss of 600,000 rupees due to stone-pelting and arson, while the estimated loss at the Secretariat Metro Bus Station on Sixth Road was 60 million rupees, and the estimated loss at Faizabad Metro Bus Station was 500,000 rupees.

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According to the district administration, the traffic police racecourse building suffered losses due to vandalism…

Abdul Rehman

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