‘Knifeman’ in authority never came to Karachi, Senate body told

 

There is no proof to demonstrate the suspected knifeman captured in Mandi Bahauddin at any point came to Karachi, a senior Sindh cop educated the Senate Functional Committee on Human Rights on Tuesday.

The body, which met at the new Sindh Secretariat working with Senator Nasreen Jalil in seat, communicated fulfillment on the advance made so far by the police in their endeavor to understand the instance of the puzzling blade assaults on female nationals in Gulistan-e-Jauhar and the abutting territories.

‘He might be sans set’

East Zone DIG Sultan Ali Khawaja told the advisory group that Waseem, the speculate captured in Mandi Bahauddin for the Karachi cut assaults, could be liberated attributable to absence of any dependable proof against him that could attach him to the case.

He said that around 38 suspects were gathered together crosswise over Karachi, information of 200 cell phone numbers had been checked and 15,000 telephone calls were followed. He said that about 1,500 red bikes were enrolled in the names of individuals living in the Gulistan-e-Jauhar region. “It is suspected that red-shaded motorcycle(s) have been utilized as a part of the assaults.”

The officer said that tragically, there was no arrangement of CCTV cameras for the reasons for electronic security and reconnaissance covering the whole city. He said the Mandi Bahauddin suspect had utilized 16 diverse SIMs and different cell phones, as lion’s share of the SIMs were enrolled in the names of the presume’s relatives.

“None of these SIMs was utilized to make or get any call from Karachi. Indeed, no confirmation has been discovered that proposes the presume at any point went to the city.”

He said a SSP Investigation of the Sindh police had been in Sahiwal for as far back as 10 days, including that Waseem would be without set if discovered blameless.

‘We know our obligations’

Karachi police boss Addl IGP Mushtaq Mahar said the media had played up the occurrences of blade assaults on female nationals in the city, while the Sindh police was totally mindful of its duties.

He said that somewhere in the range of 30 to 40 individuals experiencing mental scatters were investigated regarding the blade assaults, including that the police had brought peace back in the city and they were testing the blade assault episodes from various points to understand the case.

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