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SHO Hoti accused for torturing citizen, implicating him in false murder case

SHO Hoti accused for torturing citizen, implicating him in false murder case
January 10, 2017

MARDAN, 10 January: A resident of Hoti area in district Mardan has accused the officials of the Hoti police station for torturing him without committing any crime.

Mardan pic by Abdul Sattar (2)

The complainant Siraj was brought in a stretcher to the Mardan press club by his family members where he told reporters that the station house officer (SHO) of the Hoti police station Fazil Khan and other officials arrested his son Sardar and daughter-in-law Saba Gul in the murder case of a chingchi driver Shakir three days ago.

Siraj further alleged that the police brutally tortured his son and daughter-in-law, saying there were innocent and were wrongly implicated in the case.

Later, the protesters held a protest demonstration outside the office of district police officer (DPO) and demanded that stern actions should be taken against the SHO for implicating his son in a false case and torturing them.

After assurance from DPO Mardan Dr. Mian Saeed Ahmad regarding taking actions against the concerned police officials, the protesters ended their protest and dispersed peacefully.


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