Fata students body appeals Chief Justice SC to take notice of Naqib Mehsud murder

PESHWAR: Fata Students Organisation, South Wazirsitan chapter, on Thursday rejected Karachi police claimed that Naqeeb Mehsud, who was killed in allegedly fake encounter, had affiliation with Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan.

Addressing a press conference here, FSO president Shaukat Aziz and others said that 27-year old Naqeeb was living in Karachi since 2008 who had no affiliation with any militant organization.

He criticized the Karachi police for the false allegations and said that if he was a criminal he should have been produced in a court of law. “The police have no right to kill him and we appeal Chief Justice Supreme Court of Pakistan to take notice of the extra-judicial murder,” he said.

They lamented that tribal youth were neither safe in their own areas nor at settled areas where they shifted for education and earn a respectable livelihood.

Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari ordered an inquiry into the extra-judicial killing and appointed Deputy Inspector General Azad Khan as investigation officer.

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