Balochistan: DSP sacked from service over smuggling of NCP vehicles
Staff Reporter: 

The Inspector General of Police Balochistan,  Rai Tahir has sacked the Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) legal Ashraf Ali Kakar from service over his involvement in smuggling of vehicles on Thursday.

Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa police had arrested Mr. Kakar for smuggling two vehicles from Balochistan.
KP Police had also registered FIR against the accused in 2018. Balochistan police inquiry also proved his involvement in the smuggling of Non Customs Paid (NCP) vehicles, spokesman police said.

Accused provided opportunity

The IGP Balochistan, Rai Tahir also provided an opportunity to the accused in a hearing to argue his position, he said.
The accused failed to prove his innocence rather his involvement in the NCP vehicles was clear, the spokesman mentioned.
Subsequently, the police chief dismissed him from the service.
The Balochistan police chief had earlier terminated the Superintendent of Police Sorab on corruption charges. 

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