Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday assured the father of a teenager killed by Anti-Car Lifting Cell (ACLC) personnel last week that a judicial inquiry would be conducted in the case, Dawn News reported.
Nineteen-year-old Intizar Ahmed has been fatally shot by undercover ACLC officers on Khayaban-i-Ittehad in Karachi’s Defence Housing Authority area on Saturday night after he failed to stop his vehicle at their signal.
After taking into custody six of the nine ACLC men accused (three have gone into hiding), DIG South-Zone Azad Khan had said that no leniency will be shown to the culprits. However, the deceased’s father is not satisfied the case will get fair treatment.
“When policemen themselves were involved in the murder of my son, how can I expect them to punish their own,” the grieving father said while asking the army chief and the chief justice to take notice of the incident.