ISLAMABAD: Following the death of NAB investigation officer Kamran Faisal the employees continued to protest for the third day here Wednesday.
Besides, the case stands still after five days as a formal police case is yet to be registered.
Faisal, who was investigating the rental power plants scam, involving the prime minister, was found hanging from the ceiling of his hostel room on Friday.
Though an autopsy report ruled his death a suicide, the deceased’s family and colleagues disputed the findings and called for a judicial probe.
NAB employees in Peshawar, Islamabad and Quetta had been protesting over the mysterious death of their colleague and rejected a commission formed by the government to probe the issue.
They were demanding the Chief justice to take a sou moto notice into the incident.
‘Faisal’s Brother-in-law reach SC to demand sou moto action’
The brother-in-law of Kamran Faisal arrived Supreme court on Wednesday demanding a sou moto notice from the chief justice, however he was directed to file a formal petition as per the rule of law.
Hamid Munir, the brother in law of deceased Kamran Faisal was filing the request on behalf of his sister and wife of late Kamran Faisal.