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Builder of Karachi’s collapsed building sent on 1-day physical remand

Builder of Karachi’s collapsed building sent on 1-day physical remand
March 13, 2020
KARACHI (92 News) – Court on Friday has approved one-day physical remand of builder Javed and his accomplice Mohammad Younas in Karachi building collapse case. According to details, both the accused were produced before court. The court grants one-day physical remand of Javed and his accomplice in Karachi building collapse. A day earlier, the police have arrested the builder of the collapsed building from Faisalabad on Wednesday. Javed had fled after being injured in the accident. He will be shifted to Karachi soon. On Sunday, the rescue authorities had recovered four more bodies from the debris of multi-storey residential building collapse in Karachi’s Rizvia Society and death toll rose to 27. According to details, a body of woman identified as Dr Ghazal which recovered from the building’s rubble. The teams have found four more bodies during the search operation while six to seven more still are stuck under the debris; fears of the death toll rising still exist. The rescue authorities of Sindh and Karachi municipal authorities continued removing the rubble from the crash site on the fourth consecutive day with Pakistan Army, Pakistan Rangers and police aiding the efforts. It was also reported that the owner of the building is still missing and his arrest could not made till now. However, the victims family appealed from Prime Minister Imran Khan to help them and demanded to arrest the responsible builders of this building. Earlier on March 6, a case was registered at Karachi’s Rizvia Police Station over the collapse of a multi-storey residential building in the Golimar area of Nazimabad. The FIR was registered in the state’s name against the building owner, includes clauses 322 (causing death without intention), 119 (Qisas), 337 (causing bodily harm), 427 (mischief causing material damage) and 190 (aiding and abetting) of the Pakistan Penal Code.