KAMRAN FAISAL DEATH REPORT IN SUPREME COART OF PAKISTAN
ISLAMABAD: Father of Kamran Faisal – National Accountability Bureau (NAB) official who was found dead in his room – refused to record his statement with Islamabad police, Express News reported on Saturday.
The father said he was not in a position to make any statement at the moment.
Faisal was a part of the team investigating the Rental Power Projects case. He was found hanging from the ceiling fan in his room at a government hostel in Islamabad, three days after the Supreme Court ordered the prime minister’s arrest in the RPPs case.
Faisal’s brother-in-law, while speaking to media, said his family does not expect just investigation from the police and said their hopes are attached to the Supreme Court.
Earlier, the Islamabad Secretariat Police Station registered a murder First Information Report (FIR) for the death.
The FIR was registered on an application filed by NAB officers who have maintained that Faisal was killed and did not commit suicide.
ISLAMABAD: A case into the mysterious death of NAB investigator Kamran Faisal has been lodged with the Secretariat Police Station Islamabad, Geo News reported.
Sources said that the case lodged over an application filed by a National Accountability Bureau Assistant Director Noman Aslam also includes section 302 (premeditated murder).
The officer had stated in the complaint that there were speculations that Faisal was killed, therefore, police investigate the matter thoroughly.
Kamran Faisal, who was investigating Rs2 billion rental power projects (RPP) scam, was found hanging from the ceiling fan of his room at his official residence in the Federal Lodges on Jan 18.