In order to arrest a foreign national suspected of killing a police officer in the port city earlier this week, Karachi police have chosen to consult Interpol.
DIG South Irfan Baloch while talking to Geo News said, “We are writing to the Director General of passports for seizing his passport and we are also approaching the FIA (Federal Investigation Agency) for contacting Interpol.”
Khurram Nisar, the man suspected of killing policeman Abdul Rehman in Karachi’s Defence Housing Authority (DHA), has fled the country on November 22 Tuesday, Samaa has reported.
Irfan Baloch, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Karachi South, while talking to Samaa said that the suspect holds Swedish nationality.
According to police sources, Khurram has flown to Sweden on an international airline’s flight via Istanbul.
A heated exchange between Khurram Nisar and the police officer has come to light in CCTV footage, in which the accused is seen pulling out his gun after getting out of a black car.
Khurram is the son of a former Deputy Commissioner. According to the authorities, he arrived in Karachi on November 5 from Sweden, where he resides with his wife and two children.