Detectives investigating the murder or Imran Khan have charged four men from Bradford with his murder and released three men on bail pending further enquiries.
The four men, three of who are from the West Bowling area and the fourth man from Heaton, will appear in court today.
The four men due to appear in court are:
- Amjad Khan, aged 30, of New Cross Street, near Bowling Park
- Ismail Khan, aged 31, of Masham Place, Heaton,
- Ziaurahman Khan, aged 30, of Springmill Street, West Bowling,
- and Mohammed Faisal Riaz, aged 28, of Ryan Street, West Bowling.
All four men were remanded in custody and will appear in Keighley Magistrates Court this morning.
Three other men aged 34, 21 and 22 have been released on bail pending further enquiries.
Imran Khan was killed after being shot in the head outside his house last week.
It later emerged that Imran Khan had spent the whole day shopping for baby items for his first child which is due to arrive next month.
Friends have quoted him as saying he ‘could not wait’ and was ‘over the moon’ and about having his first child.
He was taken to hospital after the shooting via air ambulance but died a short time later. Post mortem examinations have confirmed that he died of a single gun shot wound to the head.
The sister of the victim has paid tribute to her brother, describing him as the “greatest brother”.
Imran Khan’s sister Jawaria broke down in tears as she spoke about her 30-year-old sibling.
She said: “He was the greatest brother you could ever have.
‘He was always there for his family and people used to look up to him.’