“Claims of ‘Mistaken Identity’ are not credible and Needs Investigation” International Human Rights Foundatiobn

Pakistan Anchorperson was shot dead in Nairobi. Kenyan police confirmed that he was shot dead the police in a ‘mistaken identity’ case.

According to Kenyan media, Arshad Sharif was shot in the head and killed by police after he and his driver allegedly breached a roadblock.

International Human Rights Foundation said this matter needs to be investigated.

They tweeted,” mistaken identity” are not credible. The procedure is to immobilise the vehicle or intercept it at a later stage & repel hostilities (if any) by firing on hostiles. Non-violent passengers should never be shot at. Demand investigation.”

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