Nawabshah (June 28, 2018): The ex-special assistant to former chief minister Sindh Murad Ali Shah, Ismail Dahri produced before the anti-terrorism court on Thursday, where he was handed over to police for five-day physical remand.
A case against Dahri was registered in Dolatpur police station carrying terrorism charges. A day earlier law enforcement agencies have arrested Sardar Muhammad Ismail Dahri, ex-special assistant to former chief minister Sindh, during a raid carried out Wednesday night from Daulatpur area of Nawab Shah.
According to a spokesperson of the Pakistan Rangers, as well as other police officers, the operation was conducted at the residence of Dahri, the former adviser to the chief minister of Sindh and a member of the Pakistan Peoples Party, in Daulatpur.Dahri has at least five cases — including incitement and mayhem, attempted murder, possession of illegal arms, as well as land grabbing, among others — filed against him.
During the raid, five submachine gun (SMGs), one pistol, two grenade launchers and rounds of ammunition were seized from Dahri’s possession.