Initial investigation finds no evidence of Mashal committing blasphemy: police

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MARDAN: Police have gathered confirmation from the inn room of Mashal Khan – the Abdul Wali Khan University Student who was blamed for conferring irreverence and killed by an irate swarm on Thursday.

“Till now no confirmation has been discovered which demonstrates Mashal talked anything disputable about religion or his contribution in irreverence,” DIG Mardan said.

The after death report uncovered that Mashal kicked the bucket from a shot injury.

The eight captured suspects were displayed in a hostile to psychological oppression court Saturday. The court conceded the police a four-day physical remand of the captured people.

Talking in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly on Friday, Chief Minister Pervaiz Khattak said he had been in contact with the police and as indicated by reports up until now, nothing had developed up to this point which proposed that Mashal conferred obscenity. “We have taken out the understudy’s portable record and it doesn’t demonstrate any content or any such thing.”

CM Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pervez Khattak has marked the synopsis of a legal investigation into the murder Mashal Khan.

“A legal request will be directed for Khan’s murder,” representative KP government Mushtaq Ghani said while conversing with Geo News. “The outline for a legal investigation into the case has been sent to Peshawar High Court.”