Karachi police now seeks Interpol’s assistance to apprehend foreign national suspect of killing a cop.
The development comes after the murder suspect identified as Khurram Nisar, who shot dead policeman Abdul Rehman in the Defence Housing Authority (DHA) Phase V area late Monday night, fled to Sweden.
The murder suspect Nisar, who is the son of a former bureaucrat, reportedly holds a Swedish nationality, and utilized his foreign passport to flee Pakistan.
In latest development, Karachi police has decided to contact the International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) for apprehending the suspect on large.
As reported, Karachi police has approached FIA to ask Interpol for assistance in this regard.
According to the police source, Nisar on Tuesday night took an international airline flight for Sweden via Istanbul.
The suspect used his Swedish passport to run away from Pakistan, police sources shared.
The travel history of the murder suspect in question has come to light.
DIG South Irfan Baloch in a conversation to local news channel said the police have initiated a legal process to arrest the suspect, who reportedly holds Swedish nationality.
“We are writing to the director general of passports for seizing his passport and we are also approaching the FIA (Federal Investigation Agency) for contacting Interpol,” he said.
On the other hand, Nisar’s parents have “disowned” him and claimed that they have no idea about the suspect’s whereabouts.
“Nisar comes to Pakistan once a year. We have no idea what he does when he comes to Pakistan. We cannot take any responsibility for his actions,” the parents told the investigators.