The police team of Naukot and Sukhan Thana Karachi had shot dead Naseer at his home about two weeks back
No FIR has been registered against the police personnel despite staging demonstrations; villagers, human rights activists warn of long march to Karachi and staging demo at CM House
By Asad Junejo
Naukot: The Chandia community people of village Sattar Chandio and the human rights activists continued their token hunger strike on Tuesday – the second day at a camp outside local press club for seeking justice in Naseer Chandio murder case, who was allegedly shot dead by the Naukot and Sukhan, Malir Karachi police teams two weeks back at the deceased’s home.
Local Shia leader Gul Muhammad Khoso, Muhib Bheel of Awami Tehreek, Arif Qaimkhani of PPP, Anwar Kunbhar, Yaqoob Chandio, Mewo Chandio, Latif Chandio, Rinjal Das Kolhi of Sindh Kolhi Ittehad and others joined the agitating villagers to show solidarity with them.
The hunger-strikers told newsmen that the police shot Naseer chandio at his home although he had not committed any crime. “We have been seeking justice and holding demonstration but no avail, and even the FIR has not been registered against the police personnel involved in murder,” they said.
The protesting villagers and their supporters said that so far they have staged demonstration and observed token hunger strike, which will continue for indefinite period, but in case the justice is not dispensed, they will be compelled to start long march to Karachi press club and then stage demonstration outside Chief Minister’s House.
The protesters lamented that despite such a gruesome incident and their demonstrations, no elected representative has turned up to even inquire the matter.
Meanwhile, it was announced that Jeay Sindh Mahaz Chairman Riaz Chandio, and PTI leader from Tando Allahyar Ali Palh and local leader Kirshan Sharma will join the protest on Wednesday and also will visit the Sattar Chandio village to offer condolence to the heirs of deceased Naseer Chandio.