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5 policemen arrested for gunning down Islamabad youth

Shakeel QararUpdated 02 Jan 2021
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Islamabad IG has taken notice of the incident and formed an investigation committee to probe further. — Photo courtesy author

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Five officials of the capital's Counter Terrorism Force were arrested after being booked on Saturday for the murder of a 22-year-old man in Islamabad earlier in the day.
According to the first information report of the incident, registered on the complaint of the deceased's father, Nadeem Younis Satti, at the capital's Ramna police station, Osama received multiple bullet wounds and died on the spot after police opened fire at his car on Kashmir Highway.





Satti said his son's body was shifted to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences where it was found he had received one bullet in his head, one in his chest and the others all over his body.
He further claimed that the policemen had shot dead his son "brutally" over a mere exchange of words the previous day after which they had threatened his son. "My son lost his life due to an ordinary exchange of terse words," Satti said in the FIR, adding that his son had told him about the verbal altercation after it had happened.

Police, on the other hand, said the incident was a case of "misunderstanding". Sub-divisional police officer Khalid Awan said police had received reports of a fleeing car after a robbery in Shams colony when Osama's car was also in the area.
"Coincidentally, Osama’s car was also in the vicinity," he said, adding that it seemed suspicious to an anti-terror squad, which at first had motioned the vehicle to stop but opened fire once instructions were not complied with.
"After Islamabad police chief took notice and other senior officials reached the scene, they determined the deceased was innocent and started proceedings following which the squad personnel were taken into custody," he said.
In a statement on Twitter, Islamabad Police termed the episode a "case of firing on suspicious vehicle in Sector G-10". However, it added that the Islamabad IG had taken notice of the incident and formed an investigation committee to probe further. "The officials involved in the incident have been arrested. Action will be taken according to law," it said



Osama had gone out to drop a friend at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) around 2am on the night between Jan 1 and Jan 2, according to his father, who alleged that the five policemen had followed his son before attacking.
"They forced his car to stop and then in a display of terrorism and barbarity they fired 17 bullets at the car from all four sides," Satti said in the FIR.
The FIR, which was registered under section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997, and sections 302 (premeditated murder), 148 (rioting armed with deadly weapon) and 149 (common intention/object) of the Pakistan Penal Code, identified the shooters as Mudassar Iqbal, Shakeel Ahmed, Muhammad Mustafa, Saeed Ahmed and Iftikhar Ahmed.

All Pakistan Anjuman-e-Tajran (APAT), a traders' body of which Satti is a member, condemned the incident. The president of the APAT, Ajmal Baloch, said the youth's killing was "the worst example of police brutality". He called for immediate arrests of the accused and an inquiry in the high court.
"The trader's son was a student, not a terrorist. The trader community of Islamabad strongly protests this unnecessary killing," said Baloch.
Meanwhile, Islamabad Chief Commissioner Amir Ali Ahmed took notice of the incident and ordered a judicial inquiry, to be conducted by an additional district magistrate, into the police firing of Osama Satti, a statement from his office said.
 

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Chalo kuch tou huva. Now, lets see if they get out scot free through some loop hole or the actual justice is served.
WAisay sharam ki baat hai, nabhi doo din huvay nahi new years ko, aur police ki gunda gardi shroo....
 

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5 policemen arrested for gunning down Islamabad youth

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Islamabad IG has taken notice of the incident and formed an investigation committee to probe further. — Photo courtesy author

Islamabad IG has taken notice of the incident and formed an investigation committee to probe further. — Photo courtesy author
Five officials of the capital's Counter Terrorism Force were arrested after being booked on Saturday for the murder of a 22-year-old man in Islamabad earlier in the day.
According to the first information report of the incident, registered on the complaint of the deceased's father, Nadeem Younis Satti, at the capital's Ramna police station, Osama received multiple bullet wounds and died on the spot after police opened fire at his car on Kashmir Highway.





Satti said his son's body was shifted to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences where it was found he had received one bullet in his head, one in his chest and the others all over his body.
He further claimed that the policemen had shot dead his son "brutally" over a mere exchange of words the previous day after which they had threatened his son. "My son lost his life due to an ordinary exchange of terse words," Satti said in the FIR, adding that his son had told him about the verbal altercation after it had happened.

Police, on the other hand, said the incident was a case of "misunderstanding". Sub-divisional police officer Khalid Awan said police had received reports of a fleeing car after a robbery in Shams colony when Osama's car was also in the area.
"Coincidentally, Osama’s car was also in the vicinity," he said, adding that it seemed suspicious to an anti-terror squad, which at first had motioned the vehicle to stop but opened fire once instructions were not complied with.
"After Islamabad police chief took notice and other senior officials reached the scene, they determined the deceased was innocent and started proceedings following which the squad personnel were taken into custody," he said.
In a statement on Twitter, Islamabad Police termed the episode a "case of firing on suspicious vehicle in Sector G-10". However, it added that the Islamabad IG had taken notice of the incident and formed an investigation committee to probe further. "The officials involved in the incident have been arrested. Action will be taken according to law," it said



Osama had gone out to drop a friend at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) around 2am on the night between Jan 1 and Jan 2, according to his father, who alleged that the five policemen had followed his son before attacking.
"They forced his car to stop and then in a display of terrorism and barbarity they fired 17 bullets at the car from all four sides," Satti said in the FIR.
The FIR, which was registered under section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997, and sections 302 (premeditated murder), 148 (rioting armed with deadly weapon) and 149 (common intention/object) of the Pakistan Penal Code, identified the shooters as Mudassar Iqbal, Shakeel Ahmed, Muhammad Mustafa, Saeed Ahmed and Iftikhar Ahmed.

All Pakistan Anjuman-e-Tajran (APAT), a traders' body of which Satti is a member, condemned the incident. The president of the APAT, Ajmal Baloch, said the youth's killing was "the worst example of police brutality". He called for immediate arrests of the accused and an inquiry in the high court.
"The trader's son was a student, not a terrorist. The trader community of Islamabad strongly protests this unnecessary killing," said Baloch.
Meanwhile, Islamabad Chief Commissioner Amir Ali Ahmed took notice of the incident and ordered a judicial inquiry, to be conducted by an additional district magistrate, into the police firing of Osama Satti, a statement from his office said.


sahiwal incident/ season 2?


nothing happened then
nothing happens now,

no need to be high in hopes.....

because these r the ones who suffer later , when the hopes dashes out,..
Should've done the same to Rao Anwar. Police corruption is too much.

u know why , nothing happened to rao anwar?

he told the judge , on whoes orders he was doing the killings, end of story,
pindi boys zindabad.
 

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Its a very unfortunate incident where a young boy lost his precious life. All sympathies are with parents who lost their son. Lets wait for the inquiry and justice should be served . I believe injuries which deceased received can easily determine if he was fleeing or was fired upon due to previous day's incident, as Mr Satti claimed. Killing people on the pretext of fleeing is not at all acceptable, police must deploy themselves accordingly and should be trained to cater for such situations.
 

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I see in the west they put body cams on top of cops , don’t know why it is not yet implemented on our side , because it must not cost much to put a cam when you can buy SUVs for cops & it would help in regulating policing, the fact that there is no intent to use such technology to keep a watch tells the lack of sincerity in the authorities in disciplining security forces because often they do their dirty work as their lap dogs, the police force of South Asia still follows the culture of British raj with no respect whatsoever to its taxpayer who feeds them , they think the politicians are their masters after British left, after the British left politicians took over. Putting body cams would make them accountable & it can be used as evidence to prosecute for such cases, it brought so many cases to light in west.
 

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arrest ho gay . rao anwar ne 500 bandy mary uska kya bana ?
arrest ho gay . rao anwar ne 500 bandy mary uska kya bana ?
 

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I see in the west they put body cams on top of cops , don’t know why it is not yet implemented on our side , because it must not cost much to put a cam when you can buy SUVs for cops & it would help in regulating policing, the fact that there is no intent to use such technology to keep a watch tells the lack of sincerity in the authorities in disciplining security forces because often they do their dirty work as their lap dogs, the police force of South Asia still follows the culture of British raj with no respect whatsoever to its taxpayer who feeds them , they think the politicians are their masters after British left, after the British left politicians took over. Putting body cams would make them accountable & it can be used as evidence to prosecute for such cases, it brought so many cases to light in west.
They would resist any piece of technology which be can be used to hold them accountable for their wrongdoings. They even refuse to transform old systems with new computerized mechanisms, as it will be almost impossibly difficult to erase the foot-prints of their crimes on cloud-based systems.
 

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5 policemen arrested for gunning down Islamabad youth

Shakeel QararUpdated 02 Jan 2021
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Islamabad IG has taken notice of the incident and formed an investigation committee to probe further. — Photo courtesy author

Islamabad IG has taken notice of the incident and formed an investigation committee to probe further. — Photo courtesy author
Five officials of the capital's Counter Terrorism Force were arrested after being booked on Saturday for the murder of a 22-year-old man in Islamabad earlier in the day.
According to the first information report of the incident, registered on the complaint of the deceased's father, Nadeem Younis Satti, at the capital's Ramna police station, Osama received multiple bullet wounds and died on the spot after police opened fire at his car on Kashmir Highway.





Satti said his son's body was shifted to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences where it was found he had received one bullet in his head, one in his chest and the others all over his body.
He further claimed that the policemen had shot dead his son "brutally" over a mere exchange of words the previous day after which they had threatened his son. "My son lost his life due to an ordinary exchange of terse words," Satti said in the FIR, adding that his son had told him about the verbal altercation after it had happened.

Police, on the other hand, said the incident was a case of "misunderstanding". Sub-divisional police officer Khalid Awan said police had received reports of a fleeing car after a robbery in Shams colony when Osama's car was also in the area.
"Coincidentally, Osama’s car was also in the vicinity," he said, adding that it seemed suspicious to an anti-terror squad, which at first had motioned the vehicle to stop but opened fire once instructions were not complied with.
"After Islamabad police chief took notice and other senior officials reached the scene, they determined the deceased was innocent and started proceedings following which the squad personnel were taken into custody," he said.
In a statement on Twitter, Islamabad Police termed the episode a "case of firing on suspicious vehicle in Sector G-10". However, it added that the Islamabad IG had taken notice of the incident and formed an investigation committee to probe further. "The officials involved in the incident have been arrested. Action will be taken according to law," it said



Osama had gone out to drop a friend at the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) around 2am on the night between Jan 1 and Jan 2, according to his father, who alleged that the five policemen had followed his son before attacking.
"They forced his car to stop and then in a display of terrorism and barbarity they fired 17 bullets at the car from all four sides," Satti said in the FIR.
The FIR, which was registered under section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997, and sections 302 (premeditated murder), 148 (rioting armed with deadly weapon) and 149 (common intention/object) of the Pakistan Penal Code, identified the shooters as Mudassar Iqbal, Shakeel Ahmed, Muhammad Mustafa, Saeed Ahmed and Iftikhar Ahmed.

All Pakistan Anjuman-e-Tajran (APAT), a traders' body of which Satti is a member, condemned the incident. The president of the APAT, Ajmal Baloch, said the youth's killing was "the worst example of police brutality". He called for immediate arrests of the accused and an inquiry in the high court.
"The trader's son was a student, not a terrorist. The trader community of Islamabad strongly protests this unnecessary killing," said Baloch.
Meanwhile, Islamabad Chief Commissioner Amir Ali Ahmed took notice of the incident and ordered a judicial inquiry, to be conducted by an additional district magistrate, into the police firing of Osama Satti, a statement from his office said.
i am impressed with the accountability. I assume they investigated before arresting the policemen
 

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If you don’t give a bribe , then these policemen become your worse enemy.these blunders have proved that political hiring always reacts in this Manner.Police need a constant training and psychological checkup to make sure they have ability and stress free decisions during such of type of incident otherwise Pakistan will loose more bright youngsters on streets. It is Gov part now to make sure accountability should be fair.
 
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