Pukhtun Nama Report
A prosecution witness in the anti-terrorism court in Naqib ullah Masud case met with Mohsin Dawar Member of National Assembly (MNA) And prominent leader of Pukhtun Tahaffuz Movement (PTM) A prosecution witness Shakir Maseed Pakhtun Yar who was belonged to Waziristan on Saturday in the anti-terrorism court said that Naqibullah Mehsud was picked up by the police. He was “missing” and killed in January 2018 in an alleged “fake” encounter on the orders of Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Malir Rao Anwar.
Shakir Maseed Pakhtun Yar, father of Hazrat Ali Mehsud, a key witness in Naqib Shaheed case, called on PTM central leader Mohsin Dawar.
Pukhtun Yar witness of Naqib’s case and Mohsin Dawar
In the meeting, Pakhtun Yar informed Mohsin Dawar about the case. In the meeting, Yar informed Mohsin Dawar about the difficulties of both the witnesses in the case.
On the occasion, Mohsin Dawar assured Pakhtunyar that he would discuss with the Sindh government, federal government and jirga members about the promises made to the witnesses in the past.
Mohsin Dawar also assured Pakhtunyar that PTM would extend all possible cooperation to the witnesses of the case and Naqib’s family in every difficult hour. Further more the case was heard by an ATC 3 judge who is prosecuting in the Judicial Complex inside the Central Jail.
Pukhtun Yar stated in the court that at the police station, he came to know that Naqibullah had been transferred unknown place on the orders of Rao Anwar. Later on January 13, 2018, he was informed that Naqibullah had been killed in a ‘confrontation’.
The assassination of 27-year-old Naqibullah Mehsud was widely protested by civil society, and then-Chief Justice Saqib Nisar took cognizance of the killings.
Despite repeatedly calling Rao Anwar’s victims militants, the trial court acquitted Naqibullah and three other victims and dropped the cases against them
He appeared on Naqibullah Mehsud’s social media profile as a liberal youth interested in modeling.
In March 2019, Rao Anwar and others were charged with fake encounters and false charges of declaring the victims terrorists and exporting weapons and explosives from them.
Ex-SSP Malir Rao Anwar
Initially, the victim’s father Mohammad Khan had lodged a complaint against the police authorities, but after his death, his son became the complainant in the case.