MALAKAND - The family members of an ex-spy Muhammad Tahir who was murdered by unknown persons, is still receiving threats. Family members asked government to ensure protection to them. Karman, 19, the son of ex-spy Muhammad Tahir asked the government to investigate the murder of his father, shot dead here at Sakhakot, Malakand by some unknown miscreants few months back while coming home from the mosque after offering the morning prayers. He has asked the government to hold an inquiry to investigate the murder of his father and arrest the killers as soon as it is possible. He informed that he himself, his mother, second widow of his father, and his two sisters are also unsafe here at the locality and they receive threats to their lives continuously from unknown assailants. Soon after his fathers murder he lodged an FIR against the unknown killers under the section 302/34PPC here at Police Station Sakhakot vide FIR No 160 dated 24 -12-2009, but still neither police nor Malakands law enforcement agencies took any step to investigate and arrest the killers, he said. He asked Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Chief Minster, Law Minister, Chief Secretary and Commissioner Malakand to take necessary notice of the delay of his fathers murder investigations. We need security and protection, he added. He informed that he is the only boy of his family and his mother is depressed for his life too. Providing the detail to media here at Dargai Press Club, the widows of deceased Muhammad Tahir, the ex-spy of law enforcement agency Fozia Bibi,42, and Samina, 32, asked the government to bring the killers into the court for justice to commit and provide them the protection. They said that awarding Muhammad Tahir for his best service to the law enforcement agencies is not enough; government should also take action to arrest the killers and protect his family on priority basis. We are not safe here at Sakhakot Malakand and their life is in danger, they informed. The government should do for them to be protected urgently and they want the justice at all, they added.