IGP seeks report on constable torture case


Sindh Inspector General of Police (IGP) Mushtaq Shah has taken action on a letter written by Citizens-Police Liaison Committee chief Ahmed Chinoy regarding a police constable who was tortured by his fellow policemen.
In the letter, Chinoy wrote that on Thursday night, they received an application from a police constable about the issuance of a medico-legal letter. The constable was abducted and tortured by the SIU Jamshed Quarter. He was issued a medico-legal letter from the Civil Hospital Karachi that proved marks of torture and electric shocks present on his body. The CPLC chief then wrote a letter to the IGP and Additional Home Secretary Waseem Ahmed for the further inquiry. The IGP then sought a report from AIG Operation Amir Farooqui.