MULTAN: A police raid at the residence of a local Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Tuesday night yielded “illegal weapons”, Daily Sun News News reported, citing authorities, who also arrested the suspect.
According to police, weapons — including a repeater, rifle, and a pistol — were recovered from the house of PML-N Youth Wing district president Abdul Rehman Fari Khan, who was subsequently arrested. A first information report (FIR) was filed by Sub-Inspector Talib Hussain in accordance with the Arms Ordinance.
Police said the arms recovered from Abdul Rehman Fari Khan’s residence were “illegal”.
Later, workers of the PML-N reached the New Multan police station and held a demonstration outside it, chanting slogans against the police and labelling the arrest as an “illegal operation against their leader”.