ISLAMABAD - Dozens of people hailing from MandiBahauddin brought a dead body of a teenager in the Federal Capital and placed it in front of the National Press Club to register their protest against his killing, who was allegedly tortured and gunned down by the Alipur Chatta police, Gujranwala. The bereaved Umar Hayat, father of deceased, Muhammad Rizwan, 16, told media men that his son Rizwan on Sunday had gone his friends house at the Sana Pind for getting some money and stayed for a night there. Umar said that Rizwan along with his friend on Monday visited another village 'Churray, where they committed something wrong. On this, the locals of the area handed them over to the Alipur Chatta Police, Gujranwala. He alleged that police severely tortured his son and shot him dead in a 'fake encounter to conceal their torture. The poor father said police informed his son and his friend that they were implicated in a fake case and provided them a bike and asked them to run away. When they were about to flee, police opened fire on them killing the both the teenager on the spot, father added. They protesters wanted to place the dead body in front of the Presidency but police stopped them. DSP Liaqat Niazi and ADCG Agha Muhammad Ali Abbas reached at the spot and assured the bereaved family that they would be provided justice as their protest had been recorded. On this, poor family in late Mondays night ended their protest and brought the dead body back to their native village.