‘Father was killed for not voting’, claims slain sub-inspector’s son


A sub-inspector was killed in a suspected targeted attack in Karachi, according to police and the slain officer’s son alleged that a political party had asked his father to vote for their candidate and he had not obliged the request due to which the incident happened.

Sub-Inspector Azam Khan was fired upon by armed pillion riders as he came out of his house.

He received a bullet injury on his chest and died at the spot.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Irfan Ali Baloch said, “It appeared to be a targeted killing incident.”


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