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Former PPP MPA Aurangzeb Panhwar and brother booked in theft case 

By News Desk

July 10, 2024 10:10 AM


File Photo of Mir Aurangzeb Khan Panhwar

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A theft case has been registered against the ruling Pakistan People's Party's (PPP) former member of the provincial assembly of Sindh (MPA) Mir Aurangzeb Panhwar and his brother in Jacobabad.

According to the 24NewsHD TV channel, the case was filed at the Jacobabad police station on the complaint of Mir Shujaullah Panhwar.

Police reported that the case includes the names of five individuals including former MPA Aurangzeb Panhwar and his brother Suleman Panhwar who is a District Council member. 

According to the FIR filed by complainant Mir Shujaullah Panhwar, Aurangzeb Panhwar along with his brother and other three accomplices allegedly forcefully entered the house with arms and fled with gold jewellery and valuable items.

Aurangzeb Panhwar stated that the case was registered following a High Court order and that a case would also be filed against the opponents.

The channel reported that the police said they had started the investigation of the case and raids to arrest the accused. 

Reporter: Muhammad Ali Mirani


News Desk


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