KARACHI - The Joint Interrogation Team (JIT), constituted to probe a murder of young Intizar Ahmed, is likely to conclude its proceedings on Monday.The JIT held its second session with Counter-Terrorism Department AIG Sanaullah Abbasi in the chair.The session was in-camera however the father of Intizar, Ishtiaq Ahmed, showed his satisfaction with the new JIT.“I was called and the JIT chief assured me of justice,” said Ishtiaq.  He added that he has had already shown his reservations over the case to the JIT in the first session while the JIT officials told him that they will give him with a final update on the case on Monday.Former SSP Muquddus Haider and Intizar’s friend Madiha Kayani also attended the session.The JIT officials said that they had also recorded the statements of SSP Haider and Madiha and others.Earlier, in the first session of the JIT held on February 19, the father of the deceased had informed the JIT that Criminal Investigation Agency’s DSP Amir Hameed could have been behind the incident as his niece Mahrukh Sohail had a closed friendship with his son saying that former ACLC chief Muquddus Haider, Madiha Kayani and others were part of the crime but DSP Amir Hameed was directly involved in the murder.The Home Department had formally constituted a JIT to investigate the murder of Intizar Ahmed in Karachi’s posh locality of DHA by personnel of the Sindh police’s Anti-Car Lifting Cell (ACLC). The JIT was formed on last Monday following an order issued by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah after he met Intizar’s father, Ishtiaq Ahmed.Before the formation of the JIT on February 12, another JIT had been investigating the murder case. However, some members of the team raised questions on the legality of the team, as it had not been formed by the Home Department, which has the legal authority to form JITs.A new JIT is being headed by Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) Additional IG Sanaullah Abbasi while, DIG Azad Khan and one representative each from the Inter-Services Intelligence, Intelligence Bureau, Rangers and Sindh police’s Special Branch are part of the JIT.Intizar Ahmed, 19, who had arrived from Malaysia where he was studying, was shot dead in DHA on January 13, by officials and personnel of the ACLC, a specialised unit of the Sindh police. Initially, the police termed the incident an act of targeted killing. However, it was later revealed that Intizar had been shot dead by an ACLC team that comprised at least nine members, including two inspector-ranked officers and two personal security guards of then ACLC chief SSP Muquddus Haider. All nine cops were later arrested and SSP Haider was removed from his post. SSP Haider was also included in the investigations following allegations made against him by Intizar’s father.Initially, South Investigations SP Farooq Awan was appointed as the investigation officer (IO). However, the Sindh IG later appointed CTD DIG Amir Farooqui as the IO, who found that the ACLC cops were involved in the murder. DIG Farooqi also formed a JIT headed by CTD SSP Pervez Chandio.