CM Sindh forms committee to probe MQM worker’s killing in police custody

KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Qam Ali Shah has constituted a committee to investigate into killing of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) worker in alleged police custody.
The committee will be headed by DIG West Feroz Shah.
Meanwhile, the provincial government will also provide compensation to the heirs of deceased MQM worker.
MQM worker Waseem has mysteriously died in custody at the Aziz Bhatti police station in Karachi.
A murder case has been filed against the sub-inspector and three other police officials, said IG Sindh.
A spokesperson for the MQM confirmed that Waseem was a party worker. The MQM also announced two days of mourning with a complete shutter-down along with a suspension of business activities and transport.
Waseem had been arrested by the police a few days back for allegedly possessing illegal firearms. His body was shifted to the Jinnah Hospital where a post mortem was conducted.


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