LAHORE: The heirs of victims, who have been shot lifeless in a controversial encounter in Sahiwal by Counter Terrorism Division (CTD) personnel, mentioned on Wednesday they didn’t see provision of justice by the joint investigation crew, ARY Information reported.
Jalil, brother of Khalil who was killed by CTD personnel alongside together with his spouse and daughter on Jan 19 in a shady encounter, mentioned the JIT had assured to current report on Feb 14.
He claimed that JIT was making an attempt to guard CTD officers and tamper the proof.
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Jalil mentioned it was feared that weapons used within the ‘pretend encounter’ can be modified in an try and destroy proof.
Sources had knowledgeable earlier within the day that the JIT would submit its report into the alleged police encounter on February 20.
The JIT was requested to submit its report inside three days after the incident, however Joint Investigation Group head Further Inspector Basic (AIG) Syed Ijaz Hussain Shahasked for further time because the matter was difficult and wish time to file report.
4 folks, together with two ladies, have been killed in a shady encounter involving the Punjab police’s CTD on a freeway within the Qadirabad space of Sahiwal district on Jan 19.
The Sahiwal incident despatched shock waves throughout the nation after one of many surviving kids who witnessed the episode refuted the model of the CTD.
The CTD had recognized one of many deceased as Zeeshan. The division mentioned he was needed in a number of circumstances of crime, together with the kidnapping of Ali Haider Gilani, the son of former premier Yousuf Raza Gilani, and a number of other Americans.
One other man and two ladies have been killed within the incident. They have been recognized as Khalil, Nabila, and Areeba, who was 14 years previous. Khalil and Nabila have been the mother and father of the injured boy. The deceased hailed from Kot Lakhpat. The CTD division got here below fireplace for killing unarmed folks in what some folks calling it a ‘shady encounter’.