Govt promises judicial inquiry in Intizar murder case

Shah spoke to the father via telephone and assured him that he would order a judicial inquiry


Our Correspondent January 17, 2018
Intizar Ahmed. PHOTO: EXPRESS

KARACHI: Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah has decided to conduct a judicial inquiry into the murder of Intizar Ahmed, a youth who was shot dead by personnel of Anti-Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) of the Karachi police last Saturday.

The CM decided to conduct a judicial inquiry after he received a letter from the victim's father, Ishtiaq Ahmed, requesting him to conduct a judicial inquiry into the murder of his son while he was driving on Khayaban-e-Ittehad.

Shah spoke to the father via telephone and assured him that he would order a judicial inquiry into the incident. The CM informed Ishtiaq that he would finalise all formalities for the judicial inquiry in a day. Shah told the father that he would redress all his reservations regarding investigations into the murder of his son.

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The CM directed the chief secretary to initiate necessary process for the judicial inquiry. Later, the government issued a letter to the Sindh High Court (SHC) registrar requesting the SHC chief justice to appoint a sitting SHC judge to conduct a judicial inquiry into the killing of Intizar.

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