- In response to the notification, the policemen have been fired for misconduct
- The sacked officers embrace a sub-inspector and 4 constables
- The 22-year-old was shot lifeless on Islamabad’s Srinagar Freeway final week reportedly after he ignored police warnings to cease
5 officers of the capital’s Counter-Terrorism Pressure, concerned within the killing of a younger man named Usama Nadeem Satti in Islamabad, have been fired on Friday.
In response to the notification, the policemen have been fired for misconduct.
The sacked officers embrace Sub-Inspector Iftikhar, Constable Mustafa, Shakeel, Mudassar, and Saeed.
The 22-year-old was lifeless shot on Islamabad’s Srinagar Freeway final week reportedly after he ignored police warnings to cease.
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Initially, the police described the incident as a theft case. Later, 5 policemen have been arrested and a First Info Report (FIR) was registered towards them below anti-terrorism and homicide provisions.
An Islamabad Police spokesperson had mentioned the police have been appearing on a tip-off a couple of theft try in Shams Colony. When the anti-terror squad reached the locality, they noticed a “suspicious vehicle” with tinted home windows and requested it to tug over. When the motive force did not comply, the police chased the car and shot at its tires.
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“Unfortunately, two bullets hit the driver,” the spokesperson had added.
The person’s physique was then taken to the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences for a autopsy. Waqas Khawaja, a PIMS spokesperson, had mentioned the post-mortem revealed the younger man was shot six occasions — within the chest, again, and head.
Khawaja had added that the photographs have been fired from in entrance of the person.