Police Found a dead body on Thursday morning in G/13-1 And letter it come to know that the person who’s dead body found by police was Careem’s Caption “Junaid Mustafa”. The dead body was found in Islamabad near street 79, sector G-13/1. Junaid was 26 Year old and was working with Careem from last 3 months.
Junaid Mustafa Careem Captain Murdered In Islamabad
According to his data, he picks up his last ride from F-11 Markaz in Islamabad around 2:35 am on February 22 while drop-off location was also not entered by the person who booked the ride which makes this case more suspicious, according to Gobra police.
According to the police investigation, He was shot from 30-bore pistol multiple times in the chest and on left arm plus his right hand and arm also have signs of injuries. Furthermore, the gunman who, supposedly, shot him, took his Suzuki Wagon R with its registration book and two mobiles. Gobra Police quickly registered the FIR Against the unidentified person. The FIR stated that
“one of the victim’s stolen phones had been tracked to a location on the motorway”.
After the incident, All Careem captions strike on Friday in all cities. against the company said because of company’s new policy, drivers are forced to pick rides even from dangerous places and have to uphold their own security first.
After the incident careem get criticised on Social media .and after that the officially released a statement on Twitter.
In this tragic time, we request you to please pray for Careem’s Captain Junaid Mustafa and his family. pic.twitter.com/qtJ53JWnXB
— Careem Pakistan (@CareemPAK) February 22, 2018
Due to criticism on Careem on social media due to unfair policies, Careem had to release another statement.
Every member of the Careem family, Captains, Customers and Colleagues, are equally pained and demand that our cities are made safer. pic.twitter.com/sa90449Laf
— Careem Pakistan (@CareemPAK) February 23, 2018
Update on the Late Captain Junaid Mustafa’s Case: Official Statement by Careem pic.twitter.com/E7x6GQ1T8z
— Careem Pakistan (@CareemPAK) February 24, 2018