Islamabad Police Kill Young Boy 22 Shots At His Vehicle For Not Stopping The Car

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In Islamabad, a 21-year-old man was shot dead by Anti-Terrorist Squad (ATS) troops. The man was merely an innocent student, as per the sources, and fired for no reason. Four anti-terror squad staff have been arrested, including a sub-inspector involved in the incident.

The deceased, identified as Usama Satti, allegedly dropped his friend from the Shams Colony area. Farrukh Satti, cousin of the slain, told a local media outlet that ATS police personnel were on patrol in the area when they tried to stop the slain Satti’s car. However, they shot him dead when he did not resist.

On the other side, when the police attempted to stop the “suspicious” car with tinted windows, the driver did not stop the vehicle, according to the police spokesperson.

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Furthermore, ATS troops opened fire on the vehicle in Sector G10 of Islamabad, resulting in the death of the youth.

Express and Geo News cited the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) spokesman as saying that the man was shot 22 times from the front.

In the murder case, five policemen have been arrested and further inquiries are underway. Taking note of the case, IG Islamabad formed teams under the supervision of DIG Operations, SSPCTDD, comprising SP President and SP Investigation.

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In addition, Anjuman-e-Tajiran Ajmal Baloch, president of All Pakistan, said Satti was a resident of Sector G-13 and a student whose father is a businessman. He hadn’t been a terrorist. And this murder is the worst example of a police department that a high court judge could prosecute.

A robbery call was made from Safe City to the Police Helpline in Sector H-13, as per the sources. The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) workers attempted, on suspicion, to stop the car near the Kashmir Highway G-10 signal.

Afterward, the workers fired at random. Meanwhile, the police alleged that instead of intervening, the driver of the car shot at them. Nevertheless, there were no guns in the vehicle.

In a letter, DSP Khalid Awan confirmed that the slain Satti was innocent. Immediately following the incident, he went to the place. In addition, he said that a case will be registered at the Ramna Police Station against the policemen involved.

In addition to tarnishing the already tainted reputation of the police agency in Pakistan, the frequency of such cases in Pakistan involving officers mercilessly beating people to death or simply shooting them dead has exposed the dark faces of those goons taking advantage of their role and power.

This is the true face of our so-called ‘muhafiz’ who, rather than thugs and murderers, have become worse. Their uniforms are stained with innocent blood. Truly, the integral institutions of Pakistan are collapsing.