Commission set to probe NAB officer’s death

The government on Sunday appointed a judicial commission to probe death of Kamran Faisal, the NAB investigation officer, who was part of an investigation team to unveil high-profile rental power projects (RPPs) scam.

Justice (r) Javed Iqbal will be the head of the commission to inquire the mysterious death of Kamran Faisal, who was stated to be under extreme pressure after the recent developments in the RPPs case. The commission will submit its findings in two weeks.
Meanwhile, a report said that young officers in NAB have announced a strike from Jan 21 (today).

The officer was found dead hanging himself from the fan a couple of days after the SC ordered to arrest the 16 accused, including PM Pakistan.

Police claimed the death was a suicide and an initial post-mortem report supported it, but the family and friends suspecting it a murder demanded a judicial inquiry.

Kamran has been living in room No 1 of Federal Lodges since last year following his transfer from Quetta to Islamabad station.