Police Raid Rao Anwar House, Unable To Arrest Him

After Supreme Court’s deadline to arrest former SSP Malir Rao Anwar, wanted in the Naqeebullah murder case, expired on Tuesday, a contingent of Sindh police raided the suspended cop’s Islamabad residence but failed to make any arrests.
According to Islamabad police, Anwar’s residence in F-10/4 was raided by a police team from Karachi, which had registered its arrival to the city at the Shalimar Police Station on Monday.
A ‘wanted’ poster seeking information about the whereabouts of the absconding police officer was pasted outside the house.
Meanwhile, a man who allegedly announced Rs5 million in head money for Anwar on Facebook was remanded to police custody for two days and is expected to be transferred from Rawalpindi to Karachi. The remand was granted by Anti Terrorism Court (ATC) Judge Sulaiman Baig.