Latest update January 17th, 2017 12:26 PM
Jul 05, 2016
KARACHI: The Supreme Court ordered the provincial government on Monday to dismiss SSP South Karachi Farooq Ahmad in relation to the Owais Ali Shah kidnapping case.
SSP South Karachi, who was transferred on June 22 upon Chief Minister Sindh Qaim Ali Shahs directions, had been restored to the same position following political pressure, sources said.
The chief secretary presented his report in the court today, in which he stated that the SSP South was transferred.
Following which the court ordered that only transfer does not suffice and departmental action should be initiated against the SSP South.
The court, during the hearing, asked SSP Farooq about the time when he came to know about Owais Ali Shah’s kidnapping.
“I came to know about the kidnapping at 7:15 pm,” SSP Farooq said.
The SCs Justice Amir Hani Muslim stated that when the SHO came to know about the incident at 4 PM but did not bother to visit the place. “He thought ‘the agencies’ had picked him.
CJ SHCs son Owais Ali Shah went for shopping at a shopping mall in Clifton on June 20, and has been missing since. His car had been recovered from outside the shopping mall.
According to eye witnesses accounts, Owais was taken away by men in white shalwar qameez. They said he resisted kidnapping and fought with the alleged abductors.
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