Islamabad (February 05, 2018): Angry members of the Mehsud tribe — staging a sit-in for the arrest of absconding cop Rao Anwar — threw shoes and bottles on a PPP delegation during a press conference in Islamabad earlier today.
According to details, when the PPP leader Fida Paracha reached the Mehsud tribe sit in set up before the Islamabad National Press Club, he faced embarrassing situation. He was greeted with bottles and shoes from the crowd, as soon as he took the stage to address the protestors — who entered the fourth day of their sit-in outside the National Press Club on Monday.
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The PPP leader told the protesters that he came there for carrying a message of party leader, however people did not hear his words and started chanting slogans of shame, shame.
Protesters lashing PPP co-chairman Zardari said that they have not need sympathy of Asif Zardari, on which Fida Paracha returned without addressing protesters.
Anwar is wanted by authorities in connection to the extrajudicial murder of Naqeebullah Mehsud — who along with three others — was killed in an ‘exchange of fire’ with a police team led by Anwar on January 13 in Shah Latif Town, Karachi.
Anwar and his police party went into hiding soon after an inquiry committee was formed, following claims of innocence from the family of Naqeebullah, the deceased.A first information report (FIR) was subsequently registered against Anwar and his associates owing to their no-show and alleged involvement in the case.
An earlier committee — headed by Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) AIG Sanaullah Abbasi — submitted its report on the case to the Supreme Court on Friday, which stated that Naqeebullah was killed in a “fake encounter” with the police.