‘Blackening around bullet injury shows that Arshad Sharif was shot from a 4-feet distance’

News sources have disclosed recent advancements in the murder case of Arshad Sharif. 

Blackening around bullet injury shows that Arshad Sharif was shot from a 4-feet distanceNews sources have disclosed recent advancements in the murder case of Arshad Sharif.

In the Arshad Sharif case,  the medical board found ‘blackening around bullet injury,’ and in criminal jurisprudence, it is settled that blackening around the wound means that shots were made from a close range. This points to the fact that the bullet was fired from within four feet, and this also means that the version of the murder reported by the Kenyan Police is false and concocted.

In the case ‘2014 SCMR 749 MUHAMMAD ZAMAN vs State Supreme Court of Pakistan,‘ the court gave the verdict that the blackening is found only if a fire-arm is shot from a distance of no more than 3 feet. Arshad wound was blackened, thus, pointing towards the fact he was probably shot from close range.

Similarly, in the verdict given in 2020 PCrLJ 1333, High Court Lahore vs Muhammad Safdar vs the Sate, the court said that the blackening appears on dead body in case injuries have been received at a distance of 4 feet.

Progress in Arshad Sharif’s case

The ongoing investigation into the murder of journalist Arshad Sharif in Kenya has moved further after witnesses recorded their statements to the killing that took place in Nairobi.

According to private TV channels, the inquiry committee also met Khurram Ahmed, who was also driving the vehicle, which was carrying the late jorunalist in the Kenyan capital.

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