Rawalpindi violence 2013: culprits involved in incident identified

SocialRawalpindi violence 2013: culprits involved in incident identified

RAWALPINDI: More than 40 culprits involved in the Friday’s sectarian violence in Rawalpindi that left at least 10 persons dead have been identified with the help of CCTV cameras, media reports said.

The initial details have been provided to the fact finding committee formed to probe the Rawalpindi incident by Police and district administration.

   

The committee which was constituted on the direction of Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif resumed its work a day ago.

It is being headed by former Chairman of Punjab Chief Minister’s Inspection Team Najam Saeed while secretary prosecution Nadeem Irshad Kayani and additional IG Investigation Muhammad Amlash are also the members of committee.

 

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