Amir Takkali case: Afghan ambassador seeks response to Peshawar police misconduct

Pukhtun Nama Desk News

The Afghan ambassador to Pakistan said that the Peshawar police was closely monitoring the issue of inhumane treatment of an Afghan citizen and assured the Pakistani authorities that the case would be handled fairly.

Afghan Ambassador to Islamabad Atif Mashal wrote on his Twitter page:

“We are closely monitoring the torture and inhumane treatment of Radiullah, also known as Amir, an Afghan Citizen. Senior Pakistani officials have assured us that they will be held accountable through the legal and judicial institutions.” “Justice is being served.”

What was the original case?

A few days ago, a video surfaced in the media of a man named Amir Takhali, who apparently insulted the police while intoxicated.

Later, in another video, it is seen that the same person is being arrested by the Peshawar police, and at the time of his arrest, he was half-exposed and police officers were torturing him.

The arrest took place a few days ago in the Thakal area of ​​Peshawar.

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police chief Sanaullah Abbasi met with Afghan consul Najibullah Ahmadzai at the police headquarters in Peshawar on Thursday, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police said in a brief statement.

The statement added that at the meeting, the Afghan consulate was “briefed on the police misconduct and this tragic incident”.

Earlier, local officials said that a case had been registered against four police officers and three police officers had been arrested in the case yesterday (Wednesday, June 4).

A high-level investigative committee has already been appointed by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) state government to probe the case.