Missing girl: SHC gives police a month to find Asha Kumari

Justice Maqbool Baqar and Justice Shafi Siddiqui were hearing a petition filed by Asha’s brother, Kumar.


Our Correspondent March 28, 2012

KARACHI:


The Sindh High Court has given the Jacobabad police a month to find Asha Kumari, who went missing two months ago.


Justice Maqbool Baqar and Justice Shafi Siddiqui were hearing a petition filed by Asha’s brother, Kumar. According to him, his 16-year-old sister worked as an assistant at a beauty salon, owned by a couple, Farida and Azhar Shah.  A month back, the salon was found locked and Asha and the owners have been missing since then. When the police were not able to find Asha, her brother filed a petition.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 29th, 2012.

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1984 | 9 years ago | Reply After a month,the report will be The girl has converted to Islam out of "free will" and "no compulsion from anyone".....She has even married a muslim boy and will not return home to her parents.
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