Police Confirm Truth: Suspect Involved in Peacock Theft from Corps Commander House Found Deceased

In a recent development, the Lahore Police has firmly dismissed the claims regarding the demise of Abdullah, the prime suspect in the peacock theft case at Jinnah House. Discrediting the news circulating on social media, the authorities have categorically stated that the information and accompanying pictures are entirely false, fabricated, and lack any foundation.

In the latest development, officials have confirmed that Abdullah, the accused individual in question, is currently in judicial custody at Lahore’s Camp Jail. Notably, Abdullah’s confinement at the facility is part of the authorities’ ongoing identification parade. Assurances have been provided by the jail’s superintendent, confirming Abdullah’s safety and confinement alongside other inmates.

Recalling a significant incident, the Lahore Police successfully captured the notorious “Mor Chor” (peacock thief) from the Phagwari area of Murree during the assault on the Corps Commander’s House.

Furthermore, it is noteworthy that dedicated efforts are underway to apprehend the culprits involved in the vandalism and theft of valuable items at Commander Lahore and Jinnah House.

Significant progress has been made in identifying multiple perpetrators involved in the deadly incident at Jinnah House, Lahore. Those identified are Danish Munir, Saud, Adnan Ashraf, Farooq Zaman, Ali Hassan, and Chaudhry Masood.

These individuals played a role in the appalling act of burning down Jinnah House and engaging in looting activities. As a result, law enforcement agencies have been prompted to take decisive action against the culprits.

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