Karachi police chief revealed No arrests in Amjad Sabri murder case till

Karachi (July 24, 2016): Karachi police chief revealed No arrests in Amjad Sabri murder case till in the Pakistan. Extra Inspector General (AIG) Karachi Mushtaq Mehar on Sunday denied that any captures had occurred relating to the death of Qawwali maestro Amjad Sabri. 

Prior media reports proposed the capture of a suspect connected to the prominent homicide case, with a few media outlets reporting that he had admitted to his part in the slaughtering furthermore named a few associates. The Karachi police boss, in any case, dismisses every single such report declaring that no capture has so far been presented in the defense.

“A few people were kept on suspicions of their claimed part in the death. They were however discharged after no confirmation was found against them,” he said. The top authority additionally precluded issuance from claiming the suspect’s picture, as reported in neighborhood media.

Mehar went ahead to say that it is a prominent case and bemoaned endeavors to influence examinations concerning it. On June 22, famous Qawwal Amjad Sabri was gunned around obscure attackers in Karachi’s Liaquatabad range. Sabri was shot different times and succumbed to his injuries on his way to a nearby healing facility, police said. Amjad Sabri, 45, was one of South Asia’s most well known vocalists of the ‘Qawwali’, Sufi reverential music that goes back to over 700 years.

He was the child of eminent Qawwal of the 1960’s, Ghulam Farid Sabri, and the nephew of Qawwali symbol Maqbool Sabri who passed away in 2011.

His merciless death came as a stun to nearly everybody, with sympathies pouring in from inside, as well as over the outskirt too. Thousands accumulated to offer his memorial service petitions the following day and the celebrated around the world Qawwal was let go beside his dad Ghulam Farid Sabri in Paposh Nagar cemetery in the midst of tears and wails.