Two alleged criminals ‘half fried’ near Larkana

March 30, 2016 Off By Web Desk

Larkana: Two alleged criminals were brought in injured condition at Casualty of Chandka Medical College Hospital, Larkana, here on Thursday. Both were hit bullets on their legs.

They were identified 45-years Ghulam Mustafa Mugheri, resident of Murad Ali Mugheri village who was shot in both legs and 40-years Hakim Ali Babar resident of Maklani village, who is a taxi driver, and was hit in his right leg.

They told media at Casualty that three plainclothes hired their taxi for Larkana. When they left for Larkana and they were intercepted by a police party which took them to Wagan police station of Kambar-Shahdadkot district and fired on their legs and later shifted them to hospital.

However, Wagan police SHO Akhtiar Ali Shaikh claimed told journalists that Mugheri is a proclaimed offender and wanted by police in over 45 heinous cases.

However, the relatives of Hakim held a protest demonstration at Jinnah Bagh roundabout and told media that the police maimed him without any crime on his part. They said he was ‘half-fried’ by the local police. Half fry is the term of local police used for injuring someone in a fake encounter while another term “full fry” is used when someone is killed during a fake police encounter.