Rao Anwar’s bank accounts frozen on SC orders | Pakistan
KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan froze the bank accounts of the former SSP Malir Rao Anwar, who is on the run after accusing him of involvement in the Nakibullah murder case.
According to sources, Anwar did not have a significant number
Nakibullah Mehsud, a 27-year-old native of Waziristan, was among three others who were accused of being terrorists and killed by the then government, Malir SSP in Karachi on January 13 in what was later identified as a fake meeting. Anwar and most of his team clashes have since disappeared.
Public outrage violated extrajudicial killings in social networks, which led to the Supreme Court's notification of the trial and protracted protest in Islamabad.
The court at a meeting on February 16 instructed the State Bank of Pakistan to seize Anwar's bank accounts, in addition to denying him prosecution for failing to appear in court.