Team formed to identify culprits of Keamari gas leakage

KARACHI (HRNW) – A six-member team has been constituted to investigate into the Keamari poisonous gas leakage mystery that had resulted in the death of 14 people, police told the media on Monday.

The team will be headed by SSP City Muqaddas Haider, and will identify person(s) responsible for the cause of spread of the toxic gas in the region.

Last week, Karachi’s commissioner forwarded a report to Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah in the same case.

In the report, the commissioner stated that the particles of soybean dust were found in the blood samples of the victims. He suggested to stop offloading of the soybean at the Karachi Port.

The commissioner assured the CM that the situation was under control as steps were taken to handle the matter.

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