Usama murder case Judicial inquiry wants ATS officials to be tried under terror charges


Staff Reporter

Judicial inquiry report of Usama Satti murder case submitted to the interior Ministry has recommended that all five officials be held accountable and prosecuted under the provisions of terrorism.
According to details, judicial inquiry into Usama Satti murder case has been completed and a report has been submitted to the Interior Ministry.
Judicial Inquiry was conducted by Additional Deputy Commissioner Rana Muhammad Waqas which was submitted by the Chief Commissioner to the Ministry of Home Affairs. The report said that the accused should be prosecuted under the Anti-Terrorism Act 1997.
The inquiry report said that the police monitoring system was weak. A senior police officer on the scene should have taken control of the situation. The concerned SP and DSP showed irresponsibility and action should be taken against both the officers.
The report said that wireless record is considered important evidence, IG should take steps to improve system. ATS personnel should not be hired without the SP s approval and should not be allowed to work with regular forces.
The Judicial Inquiry suggested that the deployment of ATS commandos should be based on the opinion of a psychologist.

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