Compensation: Rs28.8m to rebuild SSP Aslam’s house

Sources quoting Aslam Khan said that he built the house from government reward money of 45 million rupees.


Express November 11, 2011

KARACHI:


Sindh home department approved a summary for 28.8 million rupees to be incurred on the reconstruction of the house of the Crime Investigation Department’s Anti-Extremism Cell chief, SSP Chaudhry Aslam Khan. The summary has now been forwarded to the finance department.


At least eight people were killed in a suicide attack on Aslam Khan’s house  on September 19. The house was later declared dangerous for living. Sources quoting Aslam Khan said that he built the house from government reward money of 45 million rupees for arresting criminals and terrorists.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 12th,  2011.

COMMENTS (2)

kamal | 10 years ago | Reply

what about the innocent neighbors the trauma they went and are going through THE LOSS THEIR HARD EARNED MONEY THEIR HAVEN just blew off thanks TO ALMIGHTY ALLAH they are safe and alive where do they live their house is equally damaged why should they suffer shouldnt they be given compensation too they are the immediate neighbors they should and MUST get compensations so they also can build their home for their family the Govt should and must be fair to them also waiting for justice

ismail mehmood | 10 years ago | Reply

Great that the Govt ganted compensation to Mr Aslam but how about the other sufferers?? The neighbours who had nothing to do with this crime scene but suffered equally...who will pay compensation to them?? I think someone from the Govt should come up and be fair to the other sufferers aswell.

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