Investigated: Islamabad Police solve three murder cases

Cases had been lodged in three different police stations.

Our Correspondent August 13, 2013
Islamabad police solve three murder cases. PHOTO: FILE.


The Islamabad Police have solved three murder cases and arrested five people including a woman and a teenager.

In the first case, three accused including Ejaz Khan, Imran Khan and Fehmida, confessed to the Shahzad Town police that they killed Rahim Dad and threw his body in Korang Nullah. Rahim Dad went missing on July 27 and a case had been registered at the police station. Shahzad Town Police Station House Officer (SHO) Sub Inspector Asjad Mehmood investigated the murder case.

The Koral police arrested Inamullah, a resident of Dir, for his alleged involvement in the murder of Azizullah. The murder took place on August 5 in the Tarlai area of Islamabad. Inamullah confessed to have killed Azizullah with a concrete block. Koral police SHO Inspector Raja Tahir Hussain investigated the case.

The Golra police arrested a juvenile for allegedly killing his six-year-old step sister, Nazia Bibi.

Nazia was found dead at her home in G-12 katchi abadi by her mother on August 2. The mother of the victim had lodged a case with the police station.

The police arrested 13-year-old Imran*, who told the police he had murdered Nazia because she had torn up Rs200 worth of currency notes into pieces.

The case was investigated by Golra Police Station SHO Muhammad Siddique and Sub-inspector Alamgir Khan.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 13th, 2013.


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