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Abidi’s mother wants CJ to take notice of son’s murder

Ali Raza Abidi was shot dead in December 2018

SAMAA | - Posted: Apr 8, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
Posted: Apr 8, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
Abidi’s mother wants CJ to take notice of son’s murder

The mother of former MQM-Pakistan MNA Ali Raza Abidi has appealed to the chief justice to take suo motu notice of her son’s murder.

“We don’t trust the investigating institutions,” she said. A team comprising high-ranking officers should be formed, she remarked. “We just want justice.”

Abidi was killed in a gun attack outside his residence in Defence’s Khayaban-e-Ghazi in Karachi December 25, 2018.

On March 20, the Karachi police submitted the final challan to an anti-terrorism court in the Ali Raza Abidi murder case. They said they have been unable to determine the motive behind the murder of the former MQM leader.

Related: CCTV footage shows motorcyclists firing at Ali Raza Abidi in Karachi

The challan includes the statements of the four suspects arrested in the case. Another four have been declared absconders.

The names of 12 witnesses have been included in the challan. The police have also mentioned that they have matched to bullets used in the attack to another attack in Liaquatabad in 2018.


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One Comment

  1. Jamshsid  April 9, 2019 9:41 pm/ Reply

    Fawad CH very loud mouth, was referred by abidi, he indicated rigging was evident by results of bye-elections

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