HAFIZABAD - The Jalalpur Bhattian Police have booked five doctors, two former SHOs, former DSP Pindi Bhattian and Chief Chemical Examiner Punjab and others under Sections 155C&D/207/218 &201 PPC for preparing fake medical reports and concealing facts to prove the murder of a teenager as an incidental death.

On the specific orders of the Chief Minister, the Anti-Corruption Establishment has been deputed to investigate the case afresh.

According to FIR, 15-year-old boy anemly Muhammad Ikram, a resident of Jalalpur Bhattian was allegedly sodomised and murdered by one Waqas and his accomplices in a Rice Mill Jalalpur Bhattian about a year back. However, the police and doctors declared the death as incidental. Thereupon the parents of the deceased called on the Punjab Chief Minister and complained that an influential MPA of the area was patronising the accused and the police was also siding with the accused party. The then DPO sent behind the bar Mirza Ali Akbar investigating officer for his unlawful and biased investigation. However, the main accused Waqas left abroad and none of the accused could be arrest.

In the meanwhile, the Punjab Chief Minister and the IG Police constituted a special committee to investigate the case afresh. The committee probe the incident and reached the conclusion that the boy had been murdered and the facts were concealed. Following the new findings, the Jalalpur Bhattian Police have registered a case against investigation officer Mirza Ali Akbar, THQ Pindi Bhattian Medical Office Dr Azhar Ali, Punjab Chief Chemical Examiner Mubasher Ateeq, Chemical Examiner Dr Abbas Ali, Siralogists Dr Muhammad Zaman Cheema and Dr Ishfaq Ali, former Pindi Bhattian DSP Rao Asif Nawaz, former SHOs Jalalpur Bhattian Inspector Shahnaz Ahmad and Muhammad Amjad Khokhar.

Meanwhile, Rana Muhammad Ramzan, Circle In-charge Anti-Corruption Hafizabad has started investigation. However, no arrest has been made so far.

TWO ROBBED: Dacoits deprived different villagers of cash, cellphones and other valuables worth over Rs100,000 in two separate incidents.

According to police source, Neimat Ali and Karamat Ali were on the way to their village Kaleke when reached near Wachhoki canal bridge, two armed bandits intercepted them and snatched Rs8,900 and two cellphones from them.

According to another report, three dacoits intruded into the shop of Ahmad in Jharianwala and snatched Rs16,000, three cellphones and a precious camera at gunpoint.