Zohaib Jamali seen injured in the picture after the blast (Picture/Sindh Post).

NAWABSHAH: Sindh Government on Tuesday has constituted a Joint Investigation Team to probe ‘Nawabshah Blast Case’.

The committe will be headed by SSP Investigation Sukkur Range and the representatives of ISI, MI, FIA and other intelligence agencies will be made a part of it.

According to the sources, the JIT will probe the case pertaining to Nawabshah blast in which brother of Farzana Jamali has been nominated along with his friend Arif Panhwar.

Earlier this week, District and Session Court of Nawabshah approves polices request for the physical remand of Zohaib Jamali and Arif Panhwar and given two days remand of the two accused to polices counter terrorism department, both were accused in Nawabshah Blast Case.

Police taken Zohaib Jamali into custody from a private hospital after his treatment was completed, he was injured in the blast.

Police nominated three suspects in the bomb blast case, three suspects includes Zohaib Jamali who was injured in the the blast, his friend Arif Panhwar and his brother is said to be nominated in the FIR.

FIR was registered under anti-terrorism act against the suspects and police has arrested the Arif Panhwar and his brother while the third nominated suspect Zohaib Jamali who is the brother of Farzana Jamali the girl who is fighting her legal battle in a harassment case against the powerful Vice Chancellor of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University (SBBU) and her teacher Amir Khattak is under treatment at Karachi.

A bomb blasted on earlier this month near Habib Sugar Mills, Nawabshah, in which the brother of Farzana Jamali was injured in the process he was being reported dead earlier but according to family sources he was injured severely and was referred to Karachi for further medical treatment.

Iqbal Jamali (The uncle of Farzana Jamali) told Sindh Post that, Zohaib Jamali is out of danger.

He has opened his eyes he is talking to us, he added.

Police has nominated my innocent nephew in the FIR to put a pressure on us but we will not back off from the harassment case, he concluded.

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