ISLAMABAD: The district magistrate of Islamabad has asked the district administration to form a judicial commission in Usama Satti’s case.
The commission will include a judge of the Islamabad High Court.
Moreover, Chairman of the Standing Committee on Interior Raja Khurram Nawaz has said that the issue would also be floated during a federal cabinet meeting chaired by the prime minister.
On 2nd January, Usama Satti was killed through the gun shots he received from police personnel allegedly for not stopping his car.
The victim was accused of committing robberies by the police, whereas no such evidence was found.
Meanwhile, the suspects constable Muhammad Mustafa, superintendent Hafiz Ikhtikar Ahmed, constable Mudassar Mukhtiar, constable Shakeel Ahmed and constable Saeed Ahmed have been fired from the services under the Punjab Police (E and D) Rules, 1975.
The deputy commissioner of Islamabad, Mohammad Hamza Shafqaat stated that the demands of the victim’s family have been fulfilled as the culprits are dismissed from their services. The in-charge of the case has been changed. Correspondingly, the request to form judicial commission has been sent to the interior ministry.