SSP summoned in former AGP’s murder case


The Supreme Court on Tuesday summoned Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Logistic Support Sajid Kiani in the murder case of former attorney general Muhammad Sardar Khan on April 30.

The directions were issued by a two-judge bench chaired by Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Tassaduq Hussain Jillani while hearing the case regarding high-profile murder of former attorney general of Pakistan (AGP), whose alleged killer fled away to Afghanistan.

During the course of proceedings, Additional Attorney General (AAG) Khawaja Saeedur Rahman apprised the bench that authorities were engaged with the Afghan government to bring accused Roohullah back to the country.

The AAG further said that there were possibility to arrest the accused soon and brought him back to the Pakistan.

The CJP remarked that efforts of the police were not appreciable in apprehending the accused Roohullah. Subsequently, the bench summoned SSP and also sought comprehensive report from the KP AG regarding the auction of accused property within fifteen days. Later the bench adjourned further hearing of the case till April 30.