KARACHI: Two Rangers personnel, involved in the killing of Sarfaraz Shah, were handed over to the police on a five-day physical remand on Friday.
Express 24/7 correspondent, Ahmed Jung reported that Superintendent of Police (SP) Clifton had said that the two men, Muhammad Afzal and Shahid Zafar, had been handed over to the police on Thursday night. They appeared before Judicial Magistrate, Nadeem Badar Kazi at 9:30am today and were sent on a five-day physical remand.
The two Rangers personnel had been over the police after advisor to the PM, Mustafa Nawaz Khokhar had held talks with DG Rangers and other officials in Karachi.
DG Rangers Sindh, Major General Ajaz Chaudhry had earlier said that six of the personnel involved in the incident were detained at Jinnah Courts, headquarters of the Rangers. Four others involved in the incident are yet to be handed over to the police.
Shah was shot at point blank range in a public park in an incident filmed live and broadcast on television on Wednesday. Footage of the incident, filmed by an Awaaz TV cameraman, was broadcast repeatedly on local television stations.