The Islamabad boss chief on Friday framed a seven-part Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to test the kidnapping and murder of Superintendent of Police (SP) Tahir Khan Dawar.
SP Dawar, head of Peshawar police’s provincial circle, was seized in Islamabad on October 26 and his body was recouped in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar area on Monday.
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As indicated by a warning issued by the main chief’s office, the convener of the JIT will be SP Police Investigation, Islamabad. Different individuals from the group will be:
Sub-divisional cop Shalimar Circle, Islamabad
Delegate director of police Crime Investigation Department, Islamabad
An agent of the Inter-Services Intelligence
An agent of the Military Intelligence
An agent of the Intelligence Bureau
Examining officer of the case
The JIT framed on Islamabad police’s suggestion will finish its examination inside the day and age stipulated in the Anti-Terrorism Act (ATA) 1997, the warning said.
The directorates general of IB, ISI and MI have been approached to choose their agents for the test body.
A first data report (FIR) of SP Dawar’s snatching was enlisted at Ramna police headquarters on October 28 under Section 365 (grabbing or kidnapping with purpose furtively and unfairly to limit individual) of the Pakistan Penal Code. The capital police today included Section 302 (planned homicide) of PPC and Section 7 of ATA to the FIR.
Nothing was thought about Dawar’s whereabouts until November 13, when photos of a body, said to be his, were shared via web-based networking media. The body in the photograph had a letter written in Pashto set on the chest. Multi day later, the Foreign Office affirmed that the body, found by local people in Nangarhar, was surely of SP Dawar.
Following a two-day deferral and hours-long arrangements on Thursday, the Afghan side had reluctantly given over the body of the officer to his family, starting a discretionary column between the two nations.
The body was taken to the city police base camp in Malik Saad Shaheed police lines, where his memorial service petitions were advertised. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan, Governor Shah Farman, Minister of State for Interior Shahryar Afridi, and police and military authorities went to the memorial service petitions. The body was later sent to his Hayatabad living arrangement on the edges of Peshawar.