Pakistan seeks Dubai police’s; The 49-year-old journalist fled the country in August to avoid arrest after facing multiple charges. Including sedition, over an interview with PTI chief Shahbaz Gill in which the latter made controversial comments.
Sharif, who received death threats, moved to Dubai in August and later moved to Kenya.
According to the letter, the FIA has requested visas, travel documents. Other information from the Dubai Police, including CCTV footage taken during the journalist’s stay in the emirate.
The commission also ask whether Sharif’s had been clear by the UAE authorities.
The FIA has also sought the CDR (call details) of Sharif. ARY News CEO Salman Iqbal and the phone numbers of Tariq Wasi.
UAE authorities have also been ask to provide details of arrivals. Departures of Pakistani passport holders between August 10 and August 20.
The FIA has also sought information on allegations that Arshad Sharif was ask by. A UAE official to leave the country.
Sana Says Arshad Sharif Killed In ‘Targeted Attack’
Pakistan seeks Dubai police’s; Earlier this month, the Foreign Office strongly denied reports. That Pakistani authorities had written to the United Arab Emirates asking for Arshad Sharif’s deportation.
FO spokesman Asim Iftikhar denied “disinformation on social media” at a press conference this week. Said the FO was not aware of such a letter.
“We have also seen such reports spreading disinformation on social media. Where some have suggest that there is a letter. It is said to have been sign by the Secretary of State,” the speakman said.
Pakistan seeks Dubai police’s; Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said earlier this month. That a prominent Pakistani journalist appeared to be the victim of a targeted killing in Kenya. Not a random shooting, although. He wanted more information about the case.
Kenyan police man Bruno Shioso decline to comment on the minister’s comments on the death of TV journalist Arshad Sharif. Who was shot dead on the evening of October 23 on the outskirts of the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.
Pakistan seeks Dubai police’s; A day after the shooting, according to a police report. Officers hunting car thieves fired at the vehicle in which Sharif drove through the roadblock without stopping.
Shioso said the case was being investigate by National Police Watch, the independent police oversight agency (IPOA). An IPOA spokesman did not immediately return calls and messages seeking comment.
Sana told the media: “Arshad Sharif’s death is not a case of mistaken identity – I can state and based on the evidence so far it is a prima facie case of murder.”