Sindh govt made public investigation reports of Uzair Baloch, Baldia factory and Nisar Morai

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

06th Jul, 2020. 08:06 pm
Sindh govt made public investigation report of Uzair Baloch, Baldia factory and Nisar Morai

KARACHI: The Sindh government has made public the joint investigation reports (JITs) of Lyari gang war leader Uzair Baloch, Baldia Factory tragedy and Nisar Morai.

According to the details, all three JITs of Uzair Baloch, Baldia Factory tragedy and Nisar Morai are available on the Sindh Home Department website. As soon as the JIT reports were uploaded, the server of the Sindh Home Department website went down.

The JIT report of Lyari gang war leader Uzair Baloch consists of 36 pages which include the names of dozens of accomplices including Ahkhana, Habib Jan, Habib Hassan, Saif Ali, Noor Mohammad.

According to the report, Uzair Baloch has confessed to killing 198 people. Uzair Baloch killed all the people in the linguistic and gang war conflict while Uzair Baloch deployed 7 SHOs on the basis of influence. Uzair Baloch appointed Iqbal Bhatti as TPO deployed to Lyari and in 2019 Muhammad Raisi was appointed as the administrator of Lyari. The accused is involved in the murder of several policemen and Rangers personnel.

The JIT report states that despite the accused fleeing abroad, millions of rupees are being sent to Dubai every month, buying various weapons between 2008 and 2013, and also revealing illegal assets in Pakistan and Dubai.

Uzair Baloch’s JIT also mentions his 16-member staff who were, directly and indirectly, involved in the gang war. Uzair Baloch was arrested in 2006 from Chohar Jamali in Thatta area.

Uzair Baloch admitted to sending more than 10 operatives to Iran and other countries, appointing officers to help gangsters and transferring his master Tajo to Dubai and then Africa during the operation.

Uzair Baloch also confessed to buying weapons from Lala Tawakal and Saleem Pathan and giving them to his accomplices and taking birth certificates, identity cards and passports from Iran.

Uzair Baloch confessed to giving arms at his accomplices after 2009. On the instructions of Uzair Baloch, gangsters used to loot trucks and after selling trucks, a share of Rs 1.5 million was given.

The JIT report made other recommendations, including prosecuting Uzair Baloch for espionage under the Army Act. Uzair Baloch spied for foreigners, violating the Official Secrets Act.

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