PM commands report on killing of 21-year-old youth in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD: The Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the Interior Minister, Sheikh Rasheed to submit a report within 24 hours regarding the killing of 21 year old Osama Nadeem Satti by five personnel of Counter Terrorism Department (CTD), in Islamabad.
The five personnel of CTD have been handed over to the police on physical remand for three days.
Moreover, the Minister of State for Narcotics Control, Sheharyar Afridi and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis, Syed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari, visited the house of the victim for condolence and assured them that strict action would be taken against the culprits.
According to the FIR registered by the victim’s father, prior to the day before the incident, CTD official had already threatened Osama Satti during an argument. However the case was registered at Ramna Police station under 7ATA and PPC’s sections 302, 148 and 149.
On Jan 2, at around 2am, Osama went outside to drop a friend in H-11 Sector, Osama received multiple bullet wounds and died on the spot after police tried to stop his car and opened fire at it on Kashmir Highway. FIR revealed.
The police personnel received a call at 1:30 am, revealing that a white car had mugged a house in H 13 Sector in Shams Colony, while acting upon the information, police tried to stop the car but the driver didn’t stop not even on receiving numerous calls by police officials, which led the police fire indiscriminately on the car, as per the statement of police’s public relation office.
Meanwhile, the police officials also declared that already two cases were registered under the name of the deceased, one for scamming in July 2018 and the other under the Narcotics Act in October 2018.
Furthermore, an investigation team have lined up under the command of SP Sarfaraz Ahmed Virk, said IGP Zulfiqar Khan.