Quetta incident: Two teenage girls found dead

The doctor said that they were tortured and the cause of death was strangling.


Our Correspondent December 20, 2012

QUETTA: Two teenage girls were found dead in Quetta on Wednesday. According to police, the bodies were dumped at the railway track in the Faizabad area of Sariyab.

Security forces shifted the bodies to Civil Hospital where they were identified as Sadia Salman and Sameena. A doctor at the hospital said that they had been dead for approximately 12 hours and both victims were less than 20 years old.  The doctor said that they were tortured and the cause of death was strangling, adding that further details would be uncovered after the autopsy report.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 20th, 2012.

COMMENTS (5)

US Centcom | 8 years ago | Reply

We send our condolences to their friends and families. We sincerely hope that they will find the strength to deal with this tragedy.

Ali Khan DET, United States Central Command www.Centcom.mil/Ur

ZAIGHAM | 8 years ago | Reply

THIS IS NOT GOOD TO KILLING LIFE SAVERS IN KARACHI & PESHAWAR.

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