The two-member investigating committee constituted by the prime minister to probe the assassination of Senior Journalist Arshad Sharif has written letters to the foreign secretary and Pakistani Consul General in UAE separately as it came to know in Kenya that the links of the murder were heading towards Dubai.
The letter to the Pakistani Consul General was penned down on November 14 and a request was also made to Visa officials, press consular and passport consular to record their statements in the context of the investigation.
Dubai authorities in the letter have been requested to cooperate on 10 points – the details of travel documents and a copy of visa for Arshad Sharif, his stay in Dubai from August 10 to 14, the CCTV footage of Arshad’s stay in Dubai and details of his movements, Dubai visa canceled? If so, why?, CDR of Arshad Sharif’s Dubai mobile number from 10th to 20th August, request for data of arrival and departure of Pakistani passport holders, UAE officials meeting with Arshad, information regarding when he left the country, the call data records of Tariq Wasi and Salman Iqbal related to ARY should be provided.
The investigation committee has already discussed the case in detail with Salman Iqbal.
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Meanwhile, the investigation committee has summoned all nine plaintiffs in first information reports (FIRs) registered against slain journalist Arshad Sharif in different cities of Pakistan.
According to details, the investigation committee penned down letters to Inspector-Generals (IGs) of three provinces and Islamabad and summoned all nine plaintiffs in first information reports (FIRs) registered against Arshad Sharif.
The inquiry committee, in its letters, instructed Inspector-Generals (IGs) to ensure the attendance of plaintiffs in FIRs.
The letter noted that five FIRs were registered against Arshad Sharif in Sindh, one in Islamabad and three in Balochistan.
The FIRs registered against the slain journalist include serious charges like treason and sedition.