LAHORE - A passerby student was killed during an encounter between the Crime Investigation Agency (CIA) police and an alleged criminal in front of the office of former coach of Pakistan Hockey Team Olympian Naveed Alam on the Wahdat Road. CIA police arrested Naveed Alam and his friend Muhammad Yousaf for providing shelter to the criminal at his Wahdat Colony office. A CIA police official told this scribe that police was tipped off that a criminal later identified as Tariq alias Tarqu was present at the office of Olympian Naveed Alam in Gohar Center, Wahdat Road. A team of CIA officials conducted raid at the Gohar Center office of Naveen Alam and managed to arrest the alleged criminal Tariq from the office. Police said that as soon as the police bundled Tariq into the van to take him to the police station, Naveed Alam started offering resistance and tried to help the criminal in his escape from the police custody. Meanwhile, Naveed's friend Muhammad Yusaf also reached the spot for his help. During scuffle with the police, the criminal took advantage and tried to escape from the police van. Suddenly, he lost his balance and his legs came under the police van's wheel, CIA police official claimed. Naveed Alam gave a pistol to the criminal who later opened fire on the police party and managed to escape from the spot. A passerby student namely Umer Irshad sustained a bullet on his neck when the criminal Tariq opened indiscriminate fire on the police. The injured youth was rushed to a local hospital but died on the way, CIA police further claimed. A 50-year-old man, eyewitness of the incident told the newsmen about encounter between the CIA police and unknown men. He said that police and the unknown people opened fire on each other and resultantly, a youth sustained bullet injuries. CIA police said that Tariq alias Tarqu was bodybuilder and had also won competition of bodybuilding as Mr Arifwala. Police suspected that he was also involved in the dacoity incident that took place near Governor's House in which two youths were shot dead by armed motorcyclists.