Karachi: A policeman was killed in Clifton area of Shahr Quaid. The absconding accused has been identified as the son of the former deputy commissioner.
According to DIG South Irfan Baloch, the fugitive accused came to Karachi from Sweden 3 weeks ago and is permanently residing in Sweden. The absconding accused’s father was a former Deputy Commissioner.
He claimed that the absconding accused is addicted to drugs and in bad company and the bungalow of the accused is located some distance away from the place where he killed the policeman.
Irfan Baloch said that the used vehicle and weapons were recovered by raiding the bungalow of the accused, while the accused left his car at home and escaped in another vehicle. The search is on for the vehicle in which the fugitive accused escaped.
He said that narcotics have also been found in the room of the fugitive accused and the recovered weapons are being forensically examined while the travel documents of the accused have also been seized.
On the other hand, a case of murder of a police officer in Clifton has been registered in the complaint of the sub-inspector in Clifton police station, which includes the provisions of anti-terrorism, murder and police encounter.
According to the text of the recorded case, the policeman was shot on the right side of Kanpati and the coin stuck in his head. The duty of 2 jawans of Shaheen Force was on motorcycle patrol within the limits of Darakhshan police station. When Khayaban Shamsher reached the signal phase five gunnel, the woman’s screams were coming from the car.
Hearing the woman’s voice, the officer chased the car and stopped it near Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine. When the car stopped, the constable sat on the front seat and the woman got down from the back seat and ran away while the driver drove the car and stopped at some distance, after which there was a bitter conversation with the officer. In the exchange, the accused survived.
According to the police officials, the detailed statement of the martyred officer’s fellow constable is also part of the text of the case.