Karachi—Alleged target killer Kashif alias ‘David’ has confessed to killing thirty people including Pakistan Muslim League-N leader Zuhair Akram Nadeem and Bihari Qaumi Movement chief Aftab Malik, a Rangers spokesperson stated on Tuesday.
MNA Zuhair Akram Nadim was shot dead on July 4, 1998 in Sector E of Orangi Town while Aftab Malik, ex-UC Nazim and founder of Bihari Qaumi Movement, was gunned down in Organi Town in November 2010.
According to a press release issued by Sindh Rangers, the accused has admitted that he joined notorious target killer Ajmal Pahari’s team in 1995 and started running a network of target killers backed by MQM Coordination Committee and Karachi Tanzeemi Committee since 2005.
Earlier, Kashif was presented before anti-terrorism court judge where Rangers’ Law Officer Hussain Bakhsh Baloch told court that the accused was arrested from Azizabad area of Karachi late on Monday. While seeking his 90-day remand, Bakhsh told court that Kashif alias David was involved in more than hundred cases of target killing, extortion and terrorism. The court handed over the accused in Rangers custody on 90 days remand and also directed the authorities to form a JIT within 15 days to probe the case.