New Police Laws: SHC gave 6 weeks to Sindh govt for drafting

Sindh High Court or SHC gave time frame of 6 weeks to the provincial government for new police laws drafting.

SHC gave 6 weeks to Sindh Government to draft new police laws. However, the order was given after the Sahiwal killing.

The court heard the contempt of court petition against IG Sindh, Sindh chief secretary and others. During the hearing, the lawyer of petitioner argued that no replies up till submitted by officials to the petition. However, the time duration of around 18 months has been passed.

On Saturday, four people, including three members of a family, were killed in an alleged encounter in Sahiwal killing incident.

CTD personnel said they had killed a local commander of militant organisation Daesh and three others in the operation.

Eyewitnesses, however, disputed the claim and said the people in the car did not fire at officials, nor were any explosives recovered from the vehicle.

Later, CM Punjab Usman Buzdar formed the Joint Investigation Team or JIT to probe the Sahiwal killing case.

Faizanullah Hussainy
Faizanullah Hussainy
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