Probe into release of arrested terrorist

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah has directed Chief Minister Inspection Team (CMIT) to conduct an inquiry into the alleged release of an arrested terrorist by Incharge CIA Ghotki against payment of huge bribe. “This is itself terrorism if arrested members of baned organisation are released.”

This order he issued today after taking notice on the reports appeared in press.

Daharki police had arrested a terrorist of a banned organisation identified as Mohammad Saeed Rajput, resident of Okara from Muslim Colony and recovered a dragger, hate literature and uniforms from his possession. The then SSP had also addressed a press conference to made Saeed Rajput’s arrest public. He had also disclosed that an FIR had been registered against the terrorist and appointed CIA In-charge Rana Mohammad Hanif as inquiry officer.

The inquiry was in progress when the CIA In-charge Saeed Rajput allegedly in connivance with some other police officers released accused Saeed Rajput against a bribe of Rs2 million and arrested a villager Abdul Majeed Maher from Shikarpur and turned him as a main culprit and challaned the case in the anti-terrorism court.

Qaim Shah took serious notice of the incident and asked the IG police to conduct inquiry n his own and report him. Meanwhile, the chief minister has directed chairman Chief Minister Inspection team (CMIT) to conduct a thorough inquiry into the incident.

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