The Supreme Court on Monday reiterated that those facilitating Rao Anwar and others accused in the Naqeebullah case, will not be spared, reported Express News.
The three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar began hearing the suo motu case Monday morning.
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During the hearing, CJP Nisar stated that if Anwar comes to court he will be provided security and he will be safe. CJP also wondered who had provided Anwar help at the airport and stated those helping him will not be spared by the court. Inspector General Sindh AD Khawaja told the court that Anwar was provided a boarding pass of a private airline.
The three-judge bench will watch video regarding Anwar's movement at Islamabad airport at 1:30pm.
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On January 13, 2018, Anwar killed an innocent Naseemullah Mehsud alias Naqeebullah along with three others in a ‘staged encounter’ with the Malir police. Since then, Anwar has been dismissed and is currently wanted by the police.
According to Anwar, Naqeebullah had links with the banned TTP and was living in Karachi’s Sohrab Goth area using a fake name.
However, the family member Naqeebullah claim that he was an aspiring model and was killed in a fake police encounter.
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