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Police said 3,273 people have been declared proclaimed offenders by the court in connection with their alleged involvement in terrorism, murder, kidnapping for ransom, robbery, automobile theft, attempted murder, hurt, rape, kidnapping, accidents, burglary, theft, dishonoured cheques and other criminal activities.
In line with the vision of the Chairman NAB, Justice Javed Iqbal, all out efforts are being made to not only complete the cases within the stipulated time frame but also bring the Proclaimed offenders to task,' he maintained.
In line with the vision of NAB Chairman Justice Javed Iqbal, all out efforts are being made to not only complete the cases within the stipulated time frame but also bring the proclaimed offenders to task,' he maintained.
Credible sources said that some corrupt police officials of Police Station Gunj Mandi are allegedly involved in supporting the proclaimed offenders in their crimes and in return they get heavy bribe from them.
According to a Police spokesman, police teams nabbed proclaimed offenders Ghafoor Elahi, Awan and Amir Khan, who were wanted by Golra, Ramana, Shalimar , Kohsar and Tarnol police stations in various cases, while the other accused were also wanted in various serious cases.
The accountability court hearing a corruption reference against Dar had declared him a proclaimed offender due to his continued absence from court proceedings during the case's hearing on Monday.
Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte was proclaimed president-elect and Camarines Sur Rep.
Tasmanian Blue Gum Eucalyptus globulus was proclaimed the floral emblem of Tasmania in 1962.
He was proclaimed along with his runningmate, Vice Mayor Isko Moreno.
Williams proclaimed her "love of the construction business," a passion which compelled her to continue to strive despite the great obstacles presented 27 years ago.
Paul arrived in Athens, where he went to the Areopagus and proclaimed the Gospel in language appropriate to and understandable in those surroundings (cf.
The Act was proclaimed in stages with the final section proclaimed on August 15, 2000.

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