Newborn’s body found inside petrol station’s toilet in Pindi
Rawalpindi police found a newborn baby’s body inside a petrol station’s toilet after two unidentified women went missing after using it for a while on Saturday at about 12:30pm.

Assistant Sub-Inspector (ASI) Ghulam Ahmad, who is leading the investigation into the case, said he reached the petrol station after receiving an emergency call from Rescue 15. Upon reaching, the petrol station manager, Mohammad Zubair, informed him that two women came there in a car and walked into the toilet after parking their vehicle.

He said after about 15 minutes, the two came out from the toilet and one of them had blood stains on her clothes. He said CCTV footage showed how the two women appeared at the petrol station and how they subsequently left.

The baby’s body was found after the two women left the petrol station. Police have launched an investigation and search for both of them. The baby’s body was shifted to District Headquarters (DHQ) Hospital.


Man pushes wife from balcony over Rs300 dispute
A 21 year-old-woman, identified as Marium, was allegedly murdered by her husband, who pushed her from their fourth-floor apartment balcony in Karachi on Sunday.

According to Risala SHO Amin Solangi the woman died after falling from the fourth floor of Zubaida Building near Lady Dufferin Hospital on Chand Bibi Road. The neighbours told police the couple quarrelled before the incident.

The woman’s husband, Muhammad Adil, was taken into custody and admitted that he pushed his wife from the balcony after a quarrel over some monetary dispute. The suspect works as a security guard at a petrol station. He told police that he had given Rs1,500 to his wife at night and when he demanded back the money in the morning, the wife gave him Rs1,200, which infuriated him.

After an exchange of hot words, he pushed her from the balcony, he said. She suffered critical injuries and died on the spot. The body was taken to the Dr Ruth Pfau Civil Hospital Karachi to fulfil medico-legal formalities. The victim was mother of a four-year-old son.

Chief Minister orders arrest of minor girl’s rapist, kidnappers
Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi, taking notice of the kidnap and rape of a minor girl in Dipalpur area, has sought a report from Sahiwal regional police officer (RPO) on the incident and ordered the immediate arrest of the three suspects.

According to the FIR registered with Dipalpur city police, the complainant, Khalid Nawaz, said he was out of the town to work as a labourer, leaving his wife and 11-year-old daughter at his house in Ziauddin Colony, Dipalpur.

He said two days back, when his wife had gone out for some work, leaving their daughter alone at home, the suspect, ‘N’, along with two other men barged in, kidnapped the minor girl and took her to an unknown location. The complainant said he kept searching for the girl but to no avail.

He said his daughter finally returned home after two days and told him that ‘N’ had raped her, while his two accomplices stood guard. On the report of Nawaz, the police have registered a case against ‘N’ and his two accomplices under sections 376 -iii and 365 -B of the Pakistan Penal Code.



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