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Caught in the act: Corrupt cops fired as video goes viral

By News Desk

March 17, 2024 07:47 PM


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ASI Badshah Khattak and Constable Tariq have been suspended after a video showing them taking bribe went viral

According to a spokesperson, the Kemari SSP took notice and fired the tainted cops.

Further investigation is underway

 

 

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