Boy's death in rally: Inquiry committee investigation completed - Movingtrend
Dawn - Tuesday August 15, 2017
Chief Minister formed the inquiry committee to investigate the 12-years-old boy's death during the rally of the ousted Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif from Islamabad to Lahore. The chief minister approved the Punjab Government to let the Police investigation.
The police has excluded the involvement of any vehicle from Nawaz procession in the death of 50-year-old retired soldier Khalid Hussain. The committee reported that he was hit by an unknown vehicle during the procession while crossing the GT road near Chak Peerana Village.
The inquiry committee was headed by Additional Inspector General Abu Bakar Khuda Bakhsh with Kaukab Nadeem Warraich, a retired inspector general of prisons police, and Tahir, additional home secretary, as its members.
This inquiry committee had visited Lalamusa where the death of the 12-years-old child reported during the ousted PM's rally. The sources told Dawn that the committee had pointed the same elements which the media had reported about the death of the Child named Hamid Chaugtai. The committee also recorded the statement of the family and eyewitnesses.
The formed investigation committee said the a motorcyclist had hit the child and his death was the result of the head injury. Child's heir had forgave the motocyclist and they don't want any probe or investigation further into this matter.
The committee will present this fact-finding report to the Chief Minister.