Twitter is trending with hashtag #JusticeForUsamaNadeemSatti demanding justice for Usman Nadeem Satti, a 21-year-old student shot dead by Islamabad Police on Srinagar Highway at G-10 on suspicion.
According to the details, the 21-year-old victim, Usama Nadeem Satti, was returning from Shams Colony after dropping off his friend when he asked was stopped by Anti-Terrorism Force personnel and shot multiple times when he failed to comply.
According to the Anti-Terrorism Force spokesman, the police personnel had received a tip of a robbery in Shams Colony and they tried to stop the vehicle on suspicion because of tinted windows.
He added that the personnel fired shots at the car’s tires in an attempt to stop the vehicle but unfortunately, the bullets hit Usama Nadeem Satti and he died on the spot.
A First Information Report (FIR) has been registered under Section 302 of the Pakistan Penal Code (PPC) and five policemen have been arrested for the murder of Usama Nadeem Satti.
The Inspector-General (IG) of Islamabad Police took notice of the incident and formed special teams compromising of SP Saddar and SP Investigation under the DIG Operations to look into the matter and take appropriate action.
Twitter has been trending with hashtag #JusticeForUsamaNadeemSatti with people demanding justice for Usama Nadeem Satti and those responsible for the murder to be punished.
This Guy didn’t deserve this from those who were paid by us to protect us and our kids.— Afrasyab Satti (@Afrasyabsatti) January 2, 2021
Humanity should stand with this hashtag and support to get “policeGhard” hanged. #JusticeForUsamaNadeemSatti pic.twitter.com/wAsTqxBQyp
Shame on #IslamabadPolice this is not a Banana Rublic & this is not kashmir or Palestine where State is killing it’s citizen. Unfortunately this is Pakistan a Islamic Republic & it happened in a capital of Pakistan #Islamabad— Ammar Ahmed Abbasi (@AmmarPak3A) January 2, 2021
This is brutality😡#JusticeForUsamaNadeemSatti pic.twitter.com/PDJMKbILDT
What’s happening, the defenders of the people are killing the people every day. Later they say that there was a misunderstanding. One of your mistakes can ruin someone’s world.— ༎ຶAdeena༎ຶ (@Ay__says) January 2, 2021
Another heartbreaking tragedy😭💔#JusticeForUsamaNadeemSatti pic.twitter.com/h5p8OFJFnf