Pak Army personnel allegedly torture Bahawalnagar cops, Punjab police say matter resolved 'amicably'

Pak Army personnel allegedly torture Bahawalnagar cops, Punjab police say matter resolved 'amicably'

On the first day of Eid, several social media users claimed that 40 to 50 army personnel stormed the madrasa police station of Bahawalnagar and tortured the policemen present there.
Pak Army personnel allegedly torture Bahawalnagar cops, Punjab police say matter resolved 'amicably'

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11 Apr 2024

Pakistan Army personnel allegedly tortured Bahawalnagar policemen in Punjab.

The shocking event unfolded when reports surfaced of a brazen intrusion by alleged armed personnel from the Pakistan Army. 

The incident took place at Madrisa Police Station, where police had reportedly confiscated illegal weapons from the brother of one of the soldiers.

Reports indicate that the soldiers arrived in a convoy of seven to eight vehicles and stormed into the A Division police station.

Once inside, they unleashed aggression, subjecting officers and personnel to degrading treatment and physical assault.

VIDEO WARNING: Viewers discretion is advised

https://x.com/Thakar_01/status/1778345641103520247

Meanwhile, the Punjab police have said both security institutions have ‘amicably’ resolved the Bahawalnagar incident which went viral on social media on Wednesday.

In a statement on social media platform X, police claimed that the Bahawalnagar incident was taken out of context and exaggerated on social media.

On the first day of Eid, several social media users claimed that 40 to 50 army personnel stormed the madrasa police station of Bahawalnagar and tortured the policemen present there.

https://x.com/OfficialDPRPP/status/1778131775740379587

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