Senate Committee expresses concern over delay in submission of report

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ISLAMABAD: Senate Standing Committee on Interior met here at Parliament House on Monday with Senator Mohsin Aziz in Chair and the committee deliberated on the murderous attack on Maliha Malik and her coordinator Arslan Malik.

Maliha Malik apprised the committee about the particulars of incident and reiterated that Sindh police is not complying with her in pursuit of getting justice for herself.


Senator Mohsin Aziz questioned as to why the FIR has not been registered and the accused has not arrested. DIG Larkana Mazhar Nawaz Shaikh informed that FIR of matter was registered on same day and the accused has been released on bail.

The Chair recommended that protection should be provided to Maliha Malik and the matter shall be resolved on priority basis and report of said matter shall be presented before committee in next seven days.

Furthermore, the committee was briefed on matter of public importance relating to incidents of killing of labourers in District Harnai Balochistan.

Additional IGP Balochistan Constabulary Salman Chaudhary apprised the committee that two laborers were injured not killed in an incidents and the others four who were abducted have also been released. He further added that these criminal attempts intend to impede the process of development in the province and Balochistan Police is working vigorosly in the elimination of these elements.

Senator Mohsin Aziz reiterated that seven months have been passed and report on subject matter has not submitted before the committee yet. He directed the Additional IGP to submit report before the committee on the subject matter in next fifteen days.

The meeting was attended by Senator Saifullah Abro, Senator Rana Maqbool Ahmed, Senator Shahadat Awan, Senator Fawzia Arshad, Senator Kamil Ali Agha, Senator Sarfraz Ahmed Bugti, Senator Kamran Murtaza, Additional Secretary for Ministry of Interior Momin Agha, DIG Larkana Mazhar Nawaz Shaikh, Additional IGP Baluchistan Constabulary Salman Choudhry and other concerned officers were also in attendance.

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