Rehman Malik takes notice of young man’s death in Karachi hotel

Islamabad: Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior Senator Rehman Malik Saturday took a very serious notice of the news about the incident wherein a young man died after his head got stuck in an automatic door at the entrance to a five star hotel near Karachi’s PIDC area on Thursday. The head of 28-year-old Sirajuddin got stuck in an automatic door at the entrance to Mövenpick Hotel Karachi and the young man received critical injuries on his head and face when he tried to pass through it. According to report the deceased belonged to Balochistan’s Pishin district and used to supply ice to the five star hotel. Senator Malik has directed that the Inspector General Sindh and the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) to investigate as how substandard and technically faulty automatic door was installed at the main entrance of the hotel that took a life. He has directed to apprise the committee as why the scanner of the door was not working properly and who was responsible for its regular checkup and maintenance. Senator Rehman Malik has also sought a detail report from the Ministry of Interior and IG Police Islamabad about the increase in the number of street crimes, car and bikes thefts and burglaries in the Capital Territory of Islamabad. He said that it is highly alarming that such crimes are taking place in the capital area of the country.