Social activist Muhammad Zada Agra was shot dead in Malakand.
As being reported, Muhammad Zada, who was also a member of the Insaf Student Federation, the student wing of the ruling PTI, was gunned down in the College Colony area of Sakhakot in Malakand by unidentified men on Monday.
Reportedly, he was killed after launching a campaign against the “drug mafia”.
CCTV footage of Muhammad Zada shows him entering an alley. After this two people on a motorbike arrive, one dismounts and enters the alley and you can see the muzzle flash from him firing on Muhammad Zada.
Chief Minister KP Mahmood Khan has taken strict notice and suspended Deputy Commissioner and Assistant commissioners from their posts.
“No one is above the law. The government will provide complete legal assistance to the affected family,” the chief minister said in a statement.
He also ensured that a transparent inquiry would be held into the incident and culprits would be punished.
Following the sad news, #JusticeForMuhammadZada is trending on social media and citizens demand justice from the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government and immediate arrest of culprits.
It's such a saddening moment as a father & as a human to see a vocal & outspoken young Muhammad Zada get killed in Sakhakot Malakand. There must be #JusticeForMuhammadZada and we stand by them. His killers must be arrested at the earliest. Deep condolences to his family. pic.twitter.com/BSUHbVrG0B— Ameer Haider Khan Hoti (@HaiderHotiANP) November 9, 2021
Muhammad Zada, a social media activist who started a campaign “Drugs free Nation” has been killed in Malakand. He posted a message on Facebook earlier that he’s getting threats from AC. He openly criticised local management (AC, DC) in his videos. #JusticeForMuhammadZada pic.twitter.com/H0UnfosTEr— Ihtisham Ul Haq (@iihtishamm) November 9, 2021
Muhammad Zada Agra a Strong Voice against Drug Mafia, Nepotism, Corruption and bureaucratic oppression in Malakand bas been silenced/Murdered by the Mafia. He was a good social activist and one of the few sensible worker of PTI. May his soul rest in Peace— Tariq Afghan (@afghan_tariq) November 9, 2021
A sit-in continues against the murder of social activist and journalist Mohammadzada from Malakand. Muhammadzada was a powerful voice against the growing trend of drugs. He was holding local administration responsible for any loss before his death.#JusticeForMuhammadZada pic.twitter.com/MJBb6A6Z56— Alam Zaib Mahsud (@AlamZaibPK) November 9, 2021