Fatal iftari: Three sisters die after consuming toxic edibles in Sialkot

Published: June 19, 2017

Three sisters died after consuming toxic ‘chaat’ and ‘samosas’ for iftari in Sialkot on Sunday.

According to Express News, the incident took place in Boorho Mahalla of the city’s Neka Pura neighbourhood.

The victims were identified as Aayat, Amina, and Aiba. They were seven, five and three years old respectively.

The condition of the sisters worsened after consuming the food and were shifted to a nearby hospital hours later. They, however, were unable to survive.

Police said three suspects were taken into custody while an investigation into the incident is underway.

A postmortem of the bodies, however, will be conducted to learn the exact cause of death.

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  • Ehsan
    Jun 19, 2017 - 11:43PM

    may God bless their souls.
    Proper investigations needs to be done whoever was selling toxic food must be brought to justice.Recommend

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