Sindh Police arrested an illegal Afghan immigrant, Nizamuddin, who was involved in the killing of 21 year old, Bilal Nasir, a NED university student in Karachi KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Saturday, December 17, 2022

Sindh Police arrested an illegal Afghan immigrant, Nizamuddin, who was involved in the killing of 21 year old, Bilal Nasir, a NED university student in Karachi

Police reported on Friday that a man who was allegedly involved in the murder of a young NED University student was taken into custody during an encounter on the Superhighway. In his third year at the NED University's petroleum engineering department, 21-year-old Federal B. 

Area resident Bilal Nasir was shot dead on Thursday as he resisted an attempted robbery at a tea shop outside the main university gate close to Samama Shopping Mall.

Students staged protests against Karachi's breakdown of law and order on campus after the tragedy sparked outrage on social media.

Nizamuddin, an Afghan Tajik teenager, was apprehended by a special team commanded by East-SSP Syed Abdul Rahim Shirazi, while his accomplice, also a Tajik, remained at large.

The suspects were "illegal immigrants" and residents of the Jamali Pull area off the Superhighway, he stated, stressing the need to bring illegal immigrants living in Karachi under a law.

They said that the suspect was an experienced delinquent who had been to jail several times before. Police have also recovered a weapon from the possession of the suspect.

an Engineering student Bilal, aged 21, was killed by street criminals who wanted to rob him of his cellphone and other belongings but as the youngster tried to resist the robbery, the robbers shot at him.

Bilal Nasir tried to hit the robbers with a chair as he was with his friends at a tea spot near the university.

The victim was a final-year student doing petroleum engineering at NED university of engineering and technology.

According to police officials, the robbers fired two bullets at Bilal, one in the chest and one in the leg. The bullet shells were also found at the incident place.

Mobina Town SHO Zubair said the injured was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Police found that the victim and his friends were using their phones at a teashop when two men on a motorbike arrived on the scene to rob them.

Nasir tried to overpower the suspects but one of them shot him, allowing the muggers to escape. The young man had suffered a bullet to the chest and another to the leg.

The SHO said the victim had been shot with a 9mm pistol, adding that the police had found two spent bullet shells from the crime scene and sent them to the forensic division for examination. He said they were also checking for available CCTV camera footage.

Nasir was a third-year petroleum student at the NED University. He had six siblings. Police said they also found an Afghan flag sticker cap at the crime scene, suggesting that the suspects were of Afghan origin.

Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah took notice of the incident and sought a report from the Karachi police chief, stressing that “I want the youth’s killers behind bars”.

He ordered intensifying the operation against street criminals, telling the police that the parents of the young man must be kept informed about the investigation. “Such incidents are extremely painful.”

According to observers and officials, the crime situation in District East, especially on University Road and its adjoining areas like Sachal, Sohrab Goth and SITE Super Highway, is becoming worrisome.

They said muggings, and killings and injuries during snatching incidents are reported at different intervals in these areas, with the outlaws turning out to be Afghans in most of the cases.

They added that a letter had also been sent earlier to the police high-ups regarding the involvement of Afghans in various criminal activities, but action was yet to be observed.

According to the letter, Afghans and other illegal immigrants had established a state within the state, and they had also been involved in criminal activities. Moreover, a gang that was recently busted in the city’s District East comprised Afghan nationals who had been involved in robbing expatriates on their way from the airport.

The police letter states that many illegal Afghan nationals have been arriving in Karachi on a daily basis to live illegally in the city, especially in Sohrab Goth and its surrounding areas. Police said that the foreign nationals are involved in illegal activities like street crime, including looting citizens passing through the Super Highway, drug peddling, land grabbing and killing as well as anti-state activities within the localities of Sohrab Goth, the factory areas and the New Sabzi Mandi Super Highway.

Bilal Nasir student of Petroleum Engineering at NED Karachi, was gunned down during a snatching incident in front of his own university in broad daylight. How do we expect the country to move forward when its own Future is being gunned down right in front of its universities?

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