LAHORE: The Punjab police stated Monday that the Joint Investigation Staff on Sahiwal operation can’t give particular time interval to conclude its findings as a number of work is but to be achieved on this respect.
“Nothing is conclusive but due to some pending work and the identical has been conveyed by the JIT to all of the related boards, together with the Lahore Excessive Court docket,” stated Punjab Operations DIG Jawad Dogar in a hurriedly-called press convention on the Central Police Workplace.
Flanked by DIG Authorized Abdul Rab, he stated that the principle goal of convening press convention was to dispel speculations on the JIT investigation on the Sahiwal incident during which 4 individuals together with three members of a household have been allegedly killed throughout operation of the Counter Terrorism Division, Punjab.
Quoting the JIT investigation to date, he stated, it had not given its findings. “It’s but to conclude whether or not Zeshan, who was driving the automotive, was a terrorist or not.”
He added that the JIT had apprised the Lahore Excessive Court docket in regards to the progress of the investigation.
In accordance with the three-page report submitted to the LHC, he stated, the official weapons utilized by the CTD personnel within the operation have been but to be offered to the Punjab Forensic Science Company for evaluation.
He additional stated the JIT was making an attempt to get custody of the DVRs put in on the Sahiwal workplace of the CTD in an effort to look at the document of the officers and different individuals who visited there within the wake of the Sahiwal incident.
The wi-fi system and the logbook would additionally assist hint the communication of the CTD officers/officers in reference to the Sahiwal operation, he stated.
To a query, the DIG Operations stated that the JIT was additionally but to verify that the Khalil household was going to attend a wedding perform in Burewala.
He stated the CTD had been conducting operations in Punjab on the premise of the credible intelligence data.
Printed in Daybreak, February fifth, 2019