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Faisalabad man arrested for pretending to be a judge, giving police orders


During the interrogation, the suspect confessed to calling the policeman as a fake judge. Representational Image/File
  • Police arrest man who gave a policeman orders while pretending to be a judge
  • He called Garh police sub-inspector and asked him to take possession of a few shops and hand them over to his relatives
  • During the interrogation, the suspect confessed to calling the policeman as a fake judge

FAISALABAD: The police arrested a man who ordered  policemen while posing as an additional sessions judge to give his relatives illegitimate possession of some shops, Geo News reported Tuesday.

According to the police, a man named Iqbal called Garh police sub-inspector Akhtar Abbas. He introduced himself as Additional Sessions Judge Shehryar and asked him to take possession of a few shops and hand them over to his relatives.

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It was later revealed that the SIM was in the name of a person named Iqbal. The police then arrested the man and interrogated him.

During the interrogation, the suspect confessed to calling the policeman as a fake judge. A case was registered against him.

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