KHENAWAL: Abdul Hamid, the father of deceased National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Assistant Director, Kamran Faisal, says he leaves his son’s case for Allah the Almighty to decide, Geo News reported.
“Allah is the best judge for he is the omniscient. Allah knows better, but this is not a case of suicide, my son was murdered”, said he talking to Geo News.
Kamran Faisal, who was investigating rental power corruption case, was found dead at his residence Federal Lodge on Friday.
As per details, IG Islamabad Bani Yameen has said that body of deceased was found hanging from a fan. Apparently it looks like a suicide but nothing can be said for certain until after the postmortem. His dead body was shifted to PIMS for postmortem.
His hometown, Mian Chunnu, plunged into mourning as the news of his mysterious death struck his family like a lightning bolt.
Kamran’s father told Geo News that his son had never shared his professional affairs with his family, but the case he handling was too big for anyone to avoid mental strain.
Referring to his telephonic conversation a day before his nephew’s death, his uncle, Dr Tariq Masood, said Kamran sounded perfectly normal over the phone.
“He was completely himself during the whole phone call. He did not seem to be under any stress”, said he.
Kamran’s cousin, Mohammad Afzal, said virtually no one working on such a high profile could stay immune from the pressure that mounted big time after the latest court proceedings, but having nerves of steel, he knew very well how to cope with it.
“Kamran would do anything but not commit suicide. That’s something we know for sure. He was killed. And there was no doubt about it” a tearful Afzal added.
His family has requested the Chief Justice of Pakistan to take suo moto notice of the mysterious killing.
Kamran was appointed in the NAB in 2006 and served in Quetta till May 2011. In May 2011, Kamran opted for joining the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA). However, he returned to the NAB during his lien period in May 2012, where he continued to serve until his death.
Kamran has survived a wife and two daughters.
The Chairman and all NAB officers expressed their deepest condolences and sympathized with the family and prayed to Allah Almighty to rest the soul in eternal peace.