The brother of Mohammad Khalil, who was gunned down during the Sahiwal encounter on January 19 along with his wife and daughter, told that family wants the case to be tried by a military court.
“We want a judicial commission,” commented Jalil. We don’t trust investigating team and afraid that they will be unfair. “We don’t trust them,” he said while talking to the media on Tuesday morning.
Family of the victims will appear before Senate standing committee on interior affairs. and therefore, have left for the Islamabad today.
Counter Terrorism department officials are blamed of killing four people in Sahiwal encounter on January 19.
The version of the story told to the media differed from channel to channel day to day, adding hype and suspicion related to the case.
JIT was also formed to inquire this incident and opposition claimed that report is unfair and not true.
A CTD report mentioned on January 29, that Zeeshan, one of the four people killed in an alleged encounter in Sahiwal, was a facilitator of the Daesh and had links with the terrorists.
Muhammd Khalil, his wife and 13-years-old daughter were declared innocent and a case was lodged against the CTD for their negligence and information.
However, it is consistent that Zeeshan had links with terrorist organizations.