Police and CM eat a humble pie

Salahuddin Haider

Karachi—Sindh chief minister Murad Ali Shah, had announced two notorious terrorists for killing Amjad Sabri Qawwal and others but his announcement that the two were the final and most authentic criminal, arrested after series of serious investigations, has now backfired.
The Joint Investigation team (JIT) which include nominees of ISI and Military Intelligence agency also, rejected the claim as half-hearted attempt which should be a lesson for Sindh police, which has often been found floundered in its raw investigation process, and more than once its case has been thrown out of the court for lack of proper evidence.
The Police interrogation system is yet to mature fully to be taken as authentic. Half –baked, half-cooked stories, whether based on hear-say stories, or readied in rush has now convinced army and intelligence authorities that the police prosecution needs to improvement.
The JIT findings about Tariq alias Bobby and his colleague, allegedly involved in targeting Amjad Sabri and of being involved in heinous crime, were arrested by the people. The chief minister,t aking pride in his subordinates, proudly announced breaking the ice. That has now proved untrue, and may be highly embarrassing for Murad Ali Shah.
Police on Thursday night raided house of different suspects said to be affiliated with MQM London and took into custody two people. According to sources, police conducted raids at houses in Hyderabad’s Latifabad no.3 and Affendi Town areas, taking into custody two suspects who were linked to MQM London.
Nusrat condemned the incident on micro-blogging site Twitter and claimed that it was a deliberate act prior to ‘establishment-sponsored’ Pak Sarzameen Party’s event.

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