Policeman shot dead in DHA Karachi
Abdul Rehman, a policeman, was shot dead by Khurram Nisar, a car driver, for reportedly inquiring about suspicious activity in the Defence Phase V area of Karachi late Monday night.
SSP South Syed Asad Raza told that during the incident, two policemen on a motorcycle were trying to take the suspect’s vehicle to the police station.
While explaining the reasons for chasing the suspect’s vehicle, the SSP said that two policemen of Shaheen Force were patrolling near Ideal Bakery in Clifton Block 5 where the officers signaled the tinted glass vehicle to stop.
The SSP informed that the suspect was allegedly trying to kidnap the girl.
Asad Raza further said that the suspect fired two to three gunshots from inside his car and drove away.
A footage of the shooting was recorded via CCTV camera in which Rehman and Nisar step out from the passenger seat and driver’s seat, respectively, of a black vehicle with tinted windows.
In the same video, the cop can be seen holding a pistol and gesturing Nisar to sit in the car and go to the police station.
According to the police, Nisar, came to Karachi from Sweden on November 5. He lives there with his wife and two children.
The police have issued instructions to all airport authorities and highway police in the city and urged the public to immediately inform the police if they receive any information about the suspect Khurram Nisar.
The police added that the South Police has tracked down the Khurram Nisar while also recovered the vehicle of the suspect and the weapons used in the incident.
The SSP claimed to have arrested the accomplice of the suspect Nisar.