Man strangles dead daughter in Bahawalnagar

A man identified as Allah Ditta, a resident of Basti Bahadurka in Bahawalnagar, strangled his 17-year-old daughter dead for objecting to his bringing women over to their home.

According to the first information report (FIR), the accused’s wife died 10 months ago. Since then, he would bring different women to his home, and was making plans to remarry. His college-going daughter, however, objected to his behaviour, and he would subject her to torture.

On the day of the incident, Allah Ditta killed his daughter and tried passing off as a natural death. However, upon seeing torture marks and rope burn on the body, the girl’s aunts and other local women alerted police. A case has been registered against the primary accused as well as two other men.

Man, woman murdered for ‘honor’ in Charsadda

A man and a woman were shot dead for ‘honour’ by the latter’s in-laws in Charsadda district’s Shabqadar tehsil on Monday.

Police arrested the woman’s father-in-law and brother-in-law, the former of whom confessed that they caught her with a stranger in her home and shot them dead on the spot.

The woman’s husband is employed in Saudi Arabia as a dailywage labourer.

The deceased were handed over to their relatives after an autopsy.

Four booked for alleged gang rape of woman in Islamabad

Four men allegedly abducted a woman from Islamabad’s F-12 area and gang-raped her over the course of several days.

The survivor told police that she is a resident of F-12. On the day of the incident, her husband was out for work when a friend of his stepfather visited her along with three other men, one of whom is identified as Ashfaq Khan. The group informed her that her mother was ill and waiting for her in a car outside.

Stepping outside, the suspects forced her into the car and took her to a house where they subjected her to multiple sexual assaults. She was later moved to a different house where her ordeal continued until she managed to find a chance and escape. She reached Golra police station, where a complaint has been registered. However, police have yet to make any arrests.


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