Haleem Adil Sheikh, the Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly, on Tuesday addressing the news conference after condoling with the relatives of the murdered Azhar Iqbal Arain at his residence in Gulistan e-Johar held the patrons of the land grabbers responsible for his cold-blooded murder.
Mr Sheikh, who is also vice president of PTI, said Arain was attacked and killed in front of his family members in very brutal manner after he had raised his voice against the land grabbers, who according to him.
The PTI leader said that officials of Sindh, instead of the protecting the lives and properties of the peaceful citizens, were giving protocols to those, who were occupying the government and public properties in Karachi and other districts of the province.
He assured the relatives of the murdered activist that PTI leadership would extend its full support to the aggrieved family and they would exert pressure on the police officials to arrest the real killers as soon as possible.
He said that criminals people had created the panic among the peaceful citizens and police officials were lest intrested to take actions against the killers and outlaws to maintain the peace.
“The brutal murder of Arain will never be tolerated,” he said and warned police officials to arrest his killers else they would take to the roads for the justice of the family members of the victim.
He alleged that revenue officials, including deputy commissioners, were providing the shelter and support to such land grabbers and police officials were giving them the protocol in their criminal acts to encroach upon the lands and to kill the peaceful citizens.
Adil remarked said that entire province in general in Karachi in particular was left at the mercy of the criminals, killers, outlaws and drug pushers adding he also strongly condemned the murder of the nephew of the eminent Sindhi singer Shaman Ali Mirali.
He said that the PPP leaders had lost all their moral justification to be allowed to remain in power and create more chaos and lawlessness for the people of Sindh.