FIR registered against the killing of medical student Nimrah Baig

A first information report (FIR) was registered on Sunday against the killing of medical student, Nimrah Baig, who was shot dead in an apparent cross-fire between police and robbers in North Karachi locality.
According to Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Central Police Arif Rao, the case which includes clauses of police encounter, murder and attempted murder has been registered on the state’s complaint.
Police official Adnan who is a plaintiff in the case is posted at Noor Jehan Police Station.
The SSP further said the case was registered against suspected robber Riaz Malik, who was killed during the cross-fire, and his injured accomplice.
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Both the suspects hail from Rahim Yar Khan and efforts are under way to acquire their criminal records.
Furthermore, a three-member committee to investigate the incident has been formed by Additional Inspector General Karachi headed by Deputy Inspector General (DIG) CIA Arif Hanif.
SSP Rao further said, a team comprising two DIGs and three SSPs is investigating the case and that they are waiting for the final post-mortem report. If evidence is found, then serious action will be taken against the policemen involved in the incident.