Karachi—Sindh government has issued necessary directives to Sindh police for formation of joint interrogation team (JIT) on 22 under arrest accused.
In this regard, the Inspector general of police, Sindh Ghulam Haider Jamali has been asked to appoint a police officer of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) rank to lead the JITs.
The Paramilitary Rangers Director General Major General Bilal Akbar had a day earlier showed great concern over delay in forming the JITs on 28 under arrest accused.
The IG would have sole discretion to appoint any SSP-ranked police officer of his own choice, who would lead the JIT in which representatives of ISI, MI, Rangers, CTD and other law enforcement agencies would participate as members.
Sindh government, however, has yet to announce the formation of JITs on 6 remaining under arrest accused, who belong to notorious Lyari gang war terrorist groups.