Missing Court Hearing: Warrants issued for police officials

The court gave directions to SSP South, to produce them in court at the next date.


Our Correspondent August 20, 2013

KARACHI: A district and sessions court issued on Monday non-bailable warrants to arrest three police officials for failing to appear before the court in various cases. The court gave directions to SSP South, to produce them in court at the next date. The warrants have been issued for inspector Deedar Ali Mazari of Clifton police station to appear on September 9, inspector Mulazim Hussain Bhatti of Darakhshan police station for September 23 and an ASI of the Gizri police station, Shahid Taj, for September 7 by Abdul Qudoos Memon, an additional district and sessions judge in district South.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 21st, 2013.

COMMENTS (1)

Shamim Osman | 8 years ago | Reply

It seems that Police Officers working in high profile areas such as Defence and Clifton are all above the Law, they can do whatever they want as long as they have contacts with high Profile people. Did anybody ever thought of asking these Police Officials that from where they have got funds to buy Apartments and Luxury cars, educate their children in most expensive Private Schools where no common man can even think of getting admission for their children. Usually Police Officer who are in the same cadre but working in different poor localities in Karachi and those who are Honest does not even afford to buy a Motorcycle for themselves so it's very obvious that there is something wrong. Our Politicians are talking about Corruption but why cant they see things which are so crystal clear, all they can do is impose more taxes on salaried persons this is the only Head of account available to squeeze out money. Until or unless we do not clean up the black sheep from our Home Department, many more Police Officers will disregard the Law and think that they can go away with any crime they want to commit while wearing the uniform.

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