Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday (April 10) during his one day visit to Lahore met the victims of Sahiwal tragedy and ordered Chief Minister of Punjab, Usman Buzdar to legally see if a judicial commission can be formed. The chief minister will take further step after consulting with the legal experts.
The relatives of deceased in the meeting with the premier expressed their reservations that the government has not yet accepted any of their demands. Prime minister, after the distribution of cheques amounting Rs10 million for their parents and Rs20 million for the supervision of children, expressed deep sorrow over the loss of lives and termed the victims’ heirs’ loss irreparable.
Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) on January 19 had claimed that four alleged terrorists, members of militant organisation, Daesh, including two women were shot dead, in an operation near GT Road, Sahiwal. Joint Investigation Team (JIT) formed to investigate Sahiwal killing of four people, under AIG Aijaz Shah’s supervision, in its initial findings held Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) officials responsible for killing of people in Sahiwal and declared Late Khalil’s family innocent as they have no links with terrorists.
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