United States has banned former senior superintendent of police (SSP) Malir Rao Anwar from blacklisting him.
According to a statement issued by the US Treasury on the occasion of World Human Rights Day, the Finance Ministry has imposed economic sanctions on 18 persons from six different countries, including Rao Anwar.
According to the statement, the former SSP Rao Anwar, who has been posted in Karachi’s Malir district for a long time, has been banned for serious human rights violations.
According to US officials, Rao Anwar has been directly or indirectly responsible for serious human rights abuses.
The statement accused Rao Anwar is directly or indirectly involved in land grabbing, drug and assisting killers.
According to the US Treasury Department, Rao Anwar was allegedly involved in kidnapping, land grabbing, drugs and murder.
After the announcement of the ban, the assets of those 18 people in the United States will be frozen while US citizens will not be able to trade any of these people with them.
In addition to the Trump administration’s 18-person imposed sanctions, two others have been banned from entering the United States, including a former Saudi consul general in Turkey who allegedly played a role in the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashkji. Accused of acting.