Afghan authorities on Thursday gave over the assortment of martyred Superintendent of Police (SP) Tahir Khan Dawar to a Pakistani assignment driven by Minister of State for Interior Shehryar Afridi at the Torkham fringe.
SP Dawar, who was head of Peshawar police’s provincial circle, was seized in the G-10/4 territory of Islamabad on October 26, and his body was found in a remote zone of the Afghan region of Nangarhar.
Perused: Family of SP Dawar and the police compel he spoke to merit a full clarification on his homicide
As indicated by Radio Pakistan, the Afghan authorities had at first declined to hand over the police authority’s body to Pakistani specialists. Nonetheless, they later given over the body to Afridi, who was additionally joined by KP Information Minister Shaukat Yousufzai — the last affirmed.
MNA Mohsin Dawar was likewise present at the Torkham fringe at the time SP Dawar’s body was exchanged to Pakistan.
The martyred cop’s body was then dispatched to Peshawar by means of a helicopter. His memorial service petition will be held at Civil Lines Peshawar, though his internment will occur in Hayatabad.
Tahir, the Peshawar SP (rule zone), had gone out in Islamabad for a stroll on Oct 27 yet didn’t return.
On Wednesday, Afghan authorities had affirmed that a tormented body found in Nangarhar was for sure that of Dawar, said the Foreign Office (FO).
PM orders prompt investigation into SP Dawar’s ‘stunning’ murder
Prior today, Prime Minister Imran Khan requested a “prompt request” into SP Dawar’s “stunning” murder.
Taking to Twitter, PM Khan stated: “Have pursued the stunning catastrophe of the homicide of SP Tahir Khan Dawar and requested Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government to facilitate with Islamabad police in holding a request quickly.”
MNA Mohsin Dawar, who has been vocal in requesting equity for the martyred cop since his vanishing, reacted to PM Khan’s tweet, saying: “We dismiss an inward request. We realize that our examination specialists can’t scrutinize certain forces.”