Three police officers suspended for Karachi extra judicial killing

Police claimed they had killed two robbers, changed statement later and said they were innocent.

Web Desk November 02, 2012

KARACHI: North Nazimabad Division SP Latif Siddiqui, Station House Officer (SHO) Sharah-e-Noor Jahan Raja Tariq and Sub-Divisional Police Officer (SDPO) Shahdman Mushtaq Tanoli were suspended with regard to the killing of two innocent young men in Karachi, Express News reported on Friday.

Additional Inspector General of Police, Karachi, Iqbal Mehmood issued the suspension order for Siddiqui.

According to initial details, police had earlier claimed to have killed two robbers in a police encounter on November 1. However, they changed their statement and said the young men were innocent.

Police had admitted that the two were butchers and were collecting their pay.


S K Afridi | 9 years ago | Reply

The Ranger's Jawan on duty near a park in Karachi had killed a young man in an event of misjudgment. He was tried by the Anti Terrorism Court and with in a month was awarded death penalty. It is now imperative that same yard stick of justice should be applied to these culprits. Otherwise the rangers deployed in Karachi may lose confidence in the Government and the system.

Sajjad | 9 years ago | Reply

Police "admits" killing innocents.

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