Karachi police launch probe as senior educationist laid to relaxation after ‘focused assault’ – Pakistan
The Karachi police on Monday launched an investigation into the killing of 55-year-old educationist Syed Khalid Raza who was gunned down in a ‘focused assault’ close to his residence a day in the past
Raza, head of Darul Arqam College and vice chairman of the Federation of Non-public Colleges was targeted by armed pillion riders in Gulistan-i-Jauhar’s Block-7 close to Anwarul Quran after he had left his residence. He suffered a single bullet wound in his head, which proved deadly.
East Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Zubair Nazeer Shaikh had stated that the sufferer got here out of his residence in the direction of his automotive parked close by when assailants on a motorbike emerged there, opened fireplace at him and rode away.
East SSP (Investigation) Tariq Mastoi advised Daybreak.com as we speak that the police had launched an investigation to determine the attainable identification of the killers.
The senior officer termed it a “focused killing” incident.
SSP Mastoi stated the outlawed Sindhudesh Revolutionary Military had claimed accountability for the killing by way of its social media account and the investigators had been additionally trying into it.
International Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari additionally took discover of the incident and stated it needs to be ensured that the killers are dropped at justice.
In the meantime, Raza’s funeral prayers held close to his residence had been attended by Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) Karachi chief Hafiz Naeem, office-bearers of the non-public colleges affiliation and different notables.
Addressing the mourners, Naeem stated that Raza’s killing was not an “abnormal incident”.
“His homicide is a check case for the regulation enforcement businesses,” the JI chief stated, demanding the rapid arrest of the killers.
He stated that “international hostile businesses” couldn’t do something with out the “facilitation of locals” and known as for the elimination of such facilitators.