The killing of Intizar was not an accident, but a cold-blooded murder said the Joint Investigation Report received by 92 News.
The report says the ACLC employees had violated the SOPs. “All the personnel were in civvies, which is not right in any form,” it says.
The ACLC officials should not have fired at the vehicle. The officials fled after the firing and left Intizar to die, it adds.
It stated that the firing was an outcome of hastiness and carelessness.