Police officials are uncertain over the alleged killer of renowned Qawwal Amjad Sabri.
On Sunday security forces arrested Imran Siddiqui from Surjani Town area in relation to Amjad Sabri’s murder. Siddiqui is an employee of Karachi Municipal Authority and a political party worker, police said. However, higher officials in the department reject that Siddiqui was involved in the murder. They claim that according to the geofencing report of the incident Siddiqui was not present at the crime scene nor did any of the witnesses identify him. They added that the weapon used in the crime was not recovered from Siddiqui. Additional Inspector General (IG) Mushtaq Mehar said that the group involved in Amjad Sabri’s murder case has been identified but no arrests have been made yet. READ MORE: No arrest made in Amjad Sabri murder case: AIG Additional IG Counter Terrorism Department Sanaullah Abbasi said that strong evidence against any group involved in the murder has not yet emerged. Investigation sources claim that the case is being probed through four different angles. On June 22, renowned Qawwal Amjad Sabri was gunned down by unknown assailants in Karachi’s Liaquatabad area. Sabri was shot multiple times and succumbed to his wounds on his way to a local hospital, police said.