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Kenya Declines to Produce Cop Involved in Arshad Sharif's Shooting to Pakistani Detectives.

Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Director-General Mohsin Hassan reportedly claimed that they attempted to question four of the officers but that only three were produced.

According to Hassan, the Kenyan police claimed that the shooting incident injured a fourth officer.

They only presented three shooters and informed our team that the fourth shooter is wounded and unable to be interviewed, which prevented our team from interviewing all four shooters to record their remarks.

The gunman who cannot be presented for questioning is the one who was hurt during the firing from inside Arshad Sharif's car, the Kenyan police informed the Pakistani delegation, the director general (DG) told The News.

Hassan emphasized that his team tried to evaluate the severity of the officer's wounds and the available data. Pakistani detectives claim that the Kenyan police participated in a carefully planned plot to assassinate the renowned journalist.

"The shooter, whose hand was hurt in the event two weeks ago, was not allowed access to us. It defies logic to deny access to the shooter because this officer's statement is crucial. According to the Kenyan police, he was hurt as Arshad Sharif was firing from his vehicle. He said, "Our team wanted to see his injuries and the proof.

Two Pakistani detectives had checked the car in which Sharif was traveling, but they found no proof of any shooting from within the vehicle toward the outside, despite the Kenyan police's claims to the contrary.

Hassan asserts that this calls into question the National Police Service's original claims that gunfire were fired from inside the car. Pakistani police made vain attempts to obtain evidence showing that shots were fired from inside the car.

The FIA Director General remarked that despite extensive questioning, the three Kenyan officials maintained their claim that Sharif was killed in a case of mistaken identity.

Pakistani detectives are working quickly to wrap up their inquiries so that Sharif's family might receive justice.

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