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Karachi UC chairman arrested for stopping Irshad Ranjhani from being given medical aid

February 11, 2019
 

The Karachi police arrested on Monday union council chairman Raheem Shah for his involvement in the death of Jeay Sindh Tehreek Karachi President Irshad Ranjhani.

He has been arrested on the orders of the Karachi AIG Dr Ameer Ahmed Shaikh.

A case has been registered against him for barring onlookers from taking Ranjhani to a hospital after he shot him.

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On Saturday, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah demanded a report from Sindh Inspector General of Police Syed Kaleem Imam. He then ordered a judicial inquiry into the incident be requested. The inquiry team is investigating the case.

Related: CM Murad Ali Shah wants to know why Irshad Ranjhani was not shifted to a hospital after being shot

Ranjhani was shot dead on Wednesday in Karachi’s Bhains Colony and left to die on a public street as people looked on. No one took him to the hospital or offered aid. When the police arrived, they took him to the police station instead of the hospital, where he succumbed to his wounds.

The man who shot him, Raheem Shah, says that Ranjhani was a thief and had been following him after he withdrew Rs3 million from a bank near Nursery. He said two men on a motorcycle intercepted him near the Bhains Colony turning, off the National Highway.

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    Abdulmateen Khan   February 12, 2019 11:21 am/ Reply

    This is a result of our weak and corruption judiciary system which is failed punished the criminals immediately. In this case no need to make any JIT, the videos available on social media is more than enough to punish this murderer instantly.

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