Shahzaib murder case: governor, chief minister direct police to arrest killers
Following the Supreme Court's suo motu notice, Sindh Home department has written a letter to Australian Government through proper channel for deportation of Shahrukh Jatoi, allegedly involved in the murder of Shahzaib Khan, Business Recorder learnt on Wednesday.
Copyright Business Recorder, 2013
Sources in the department said that the department should have taken the step soon after the incident but the authorities played very lethargic role in this regard. But, when the apex court took suo motu notice of the murder, the department moved into action. The Supreme Court took suo motu notice of the murder on newspapers' reports on Wednesday.
Reports stated that Shahzeb was killed near the Country Club within the remit of Darkshan police station by the influential feudal when he tried to stop them from harassing his sister. Meanwhile, Sindh Governor Dr Ishrat-ul-Ebad Khan and Chief Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah asked police to arrest the murderers of Shahzaib Khan within five days.