Investigators try to find out whether or not the killing of 19-year-old Intizar Ahmed in Karachi’s Defence Housing Authority, allegedly by the hands of police personnel, might have been the results of private enmity.
On January 14, Intizar was chased down and shot lifeless allegedly by 9 undercover personnel of Anti-Automotive Lifting Cell (ACLC) after he had reportedly did not cease his automotive at a picket.
Counter-Terrorism Division DIG Amir Farooqi advised Daybreak that investigators are probing the factor of private enmity after Ishtiaq Ahmed, the daddy of the sufferer, expressed reservations that these “truly concerned” within the homicide of his son weren’t being taken to activity.
Intizar’s father has refused to consider the police model that his son was shot lifeless by ACLC officers as a result of he did not cease his automotive when flagged and insisted that just lately-eliminated senior superintendent of police ACLC Muqaddas Haider was concerned within the killing.
Within the wake of Intizar’s father’s allegations, investigators on Wednesday recorded the assertion of Haider, and the woman who was accompanying the sufferer on the time of the incident and has been blamed by his household for inflicting the teenager’s dying.
DIG Farooqi, who was assigned the investigation into the murder by the inspector basic of Sindh police, advised Daybreak on Wednesday that they’ve recorded statements of former ACLC SSP Haider and the woman. They’ve additionally recorded the assertion of Intizar’s father once more after recent allegations from his household.
Haider advised the CTD investigators that he didn’t know Intizar or the woman, and had by no means met both of them. He was quoted as saying that he held nothing towards the duo.
The woman additionally informed the investigators that she did now know Haider, stated DIG Farooqi.
Within the subsequent part of the probe, he stated, investigators will gather the info of cell telephones of each Intizar and the woman and all 9 cops of ACLC concerned within the incident to determine if there had been any contact or relation between them.
Intizar was a Malaysia-based mostly scholar who had returned to Pakistan to spend holidays. He was in his automotive with a feminine good friend when police in plainclothes had reportedly signalled him to cease. When he had did not oblige, he was chased and gunned down. Nevertheless, the good friend had managed to flee unscathed.
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