SIALKOT: Sialkot police have registered separate cases against 10 more accused property owners for putting their properties on rent and 29 other accused for getting houses on rent without informing local police in this regard.
According to the details, the Kotwali police have registered a case against accused owner Mohammad Saleem for giving his house on rent to accused Sarfraz, Usman, Shama Bibi and Atif near Sethi Plaza Sialkot, without informing the local police.
While, the Kotwali police have also registered a case against the owners Suhail and Aurangzeb of Makkah Guest House Sialkot for giving rooms on rent to accused Khalil Ahmed and Mohammad Iqbal, a case against accused Mohammad Imran for putting his house on rent to Mohammad Akbar without getting prior permission from local police.
Naikapura police have registered a case against accused owner Muhamamd Attiq for putting his house on rent to eleven persons including accused Yousaf Khan, Anwar Khan and Ehsan without informing police, police also registered separate cases against accused Umer, Tariq, Qiaser and Tariq for putting and getting two houses on rent in Kashmiri Muhallah Sialkot without informing police .
Rangpura police have registered a case against accused owner Ejaz for putting his house on rent to accused Saddam Hussain, Uggoki police have registered a case against accused Allah Ditta for giving his house on rent to accused Hassan Khan and Mohammad Sadiq in Model Town-Uggoki without informing local police and Muradpur police have registered separate cases against accused owners Usman and Shabir Ahmed for putting their houses on rent to accused Muhamamd Rafiq , Zaman Gull, Muhamamd Alam, Usman and Javaid Khan without informing local police, in this regard.
On Friday, the Sialkot police had also registered separate cases against nine accused property owners for putting their properties on rent without informing the local police, in various parts of Sialkot district here…
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