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Rangers probe points at suspect’s presence at PIA demonstration

KARACHI: Pakistan Rangers Sindh on Thursday said that it received hints about the presence of a suspected man during protest by Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) employees that resulted in the killing of three protesting staffers, ARY News reported.

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Rangers’ inquiry team has kicked off its investigations into the killing of PIA workers at Karachi airport.

A spokesperson for Rangers said that initial investigations have led the officials to clues about the presence of miscreants at the demonstration held on Tuesday.

The paramilitary force also issued a video clip sighting a veiled suspect at the demonstration and appealed the public to help identify him.

Earlier, ARY News’ exclusive footage also highlighted an important aspect pertaining to the tragic incident.

The footage showed Rangers personnel trying to contain the protesters that suddenly someone fired from behind the protesting masses, while the sound of gunfire can also be heard clearly.

On the other hand, Malir district court ordered registration of a case in the wake PIA workers killing.

The court directed concerned authorities to take due legal action under Article 154, after being moved by PIA joint action committee.

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