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Kashmore ASI appointed police training officer in Karachi

He will train policemen for going out into the field

SAMAA | - Posted: Nov 25, 2020 | Last Updated: 2 months ago
Posted: Nov 25, 2020 | Last Updated: 2 months ago
Kashmore ASI appointed police training officer in Karachi

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The Sindh government has appointed Kashmore ASI Muhammad Bakhsh Burriro training officer at the police training branch in Karachi.

He and his daughter played a pivotal role in arresting one of three gang rapists and rescuing a four-year-old girl. The girl and her mother were held hostage by three men who had lured the mother there with the promise of a Rs40,000 job.

Three men then gang-raped her for two weeks before telling her to go to Karachi and bring them another woman. They kept her child hostage and raped her too.

Two suspects were identified as Rafiq Malak and Khairullah Bugti. Malak was arrested initially and later shot dead by his accomplice. Bugti is in custody.

According to the police, Burriro will be training aspiring police officers to go out in the field.

Earlier this month, Sindh Inspector-General of Police Mushtaq Mahar had arranged a ceremony at Karachi’s Central Police Office in honour of ASI Baksh and called for him to be given a civic award.

IG Mahar said that the ASI and his daughter worked without thinking of their own lives. He announced a Rs2 million reward for him.

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