KARACHI - The challan against six Rangers personnel and a civilian accused in the killing of Sarfaraz Shah was submitted before a special anti-terrorism court (ATC) wherein police said the murder footage has been verified by experts. Investigation Officer DIG Sultan Khawaja and Special Public Prosecutor Arshad Iqbal Cheema moved the charge-sheet against the seven suspects, Sub-Inspector Bahaur Rehman, Lance Naik Liaquat Ali, Sepoy Mohammad Tariq, Manthar Ali, Shahid Zafar, Afzal Khan and Afsar Khan, an employee of the park where crime was committed, before ATC administrative judge Justice Maqbool Baqar of the Sindh High Court. Police submitted that they have completed their investigation, wherein statements of two eyewitnesses and 46 others were recorded. It was stated in the challan that the televised footage showed unarmed Sarfraz Shah being killed and then left to die by the Rangers personnel, has been verified after examination by the experts. Besides this, some other pieces of evidence were also produced before the court. The head of the investigation also submitted that no evidence was found which proved the involvement of the deceased in any robbery in the park where the incident occurred. In last hearing, the accused were sent to judicial custody after the DIG submitted that he had wrapped up investigations and the police did not need to keep them in physical custody any more. He requested the court to send them to the judicial custody. The Rangers initially claimed that the youth was armed and was killed in an encounter. A case (FIR 227/2011) was registered at the Boat Basin police station. on a complaint of the victims brother, Saalik Shah, under Section 302 (premeditated murder) and 34 (common intention) of the Pakistan Penal Code. The Supreme Court of Pakistan took suo motu notice of the murder and ordered that the trial of the case be completed within 30 days. After the intervention of the apex court, the police authorities had incorporated Section 7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act 1997 in the FIR and got the remand of all the suspects from the administrative judge of ATC.