WASHINGTON: The US (US) has blacklisted former senior superintendent of police (SSP) Malir Rao Anwar for allegedly murdering 440 individuals in faux police encounters, ARY Information reported on Wednesday.
In response to a press release issued by the US Treasury Division, throughout his tenure because the SSP in District Malir, Rao Anwar Khan was reportedly liable for staging quite a few faux police encounters wherein people had been killed by police, and was concerned in over 190 police encounters that resulted within the deaths of over 400 individuals, together with the homicide of Naqeebullah Mehsood.
The assertion additional acknowledged that Anwar allegedly helped to steer a community of police and prison thugs for extortion, land grabbing, narcotics, and homicide.
Anwar is designated for being liable for or complicit in, or having immediately or not directly engaged in, severe human rights abuse.
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The US Treasury division has additionally seized belongings of the previous SSP Malir.
“The US won’t tolerate torture, kidnapping, sexual violence, homicide, or brutality towards harmless civilians,” mentioned Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin. and added that America is the world chief in combatting human rights abuse and we are going to maintain perpetrators and enablers accountable wherever they function.