Acid Attack Suspect Remanded to Judicial Custody
South District judicial magistrate remanded a man to judicial custody for allegedly throwing acid at a teenage girl near Cantonment Railway Station. The suspect, Kamran, was charged with wounding 19-year-old Suneeta on February 1st.
The investigating officer requested a week-long extension of police remand but was denied by the magistrate, who ordered the IO to submit an investigation report by February 15th.
Kamran was booked under Section 336-B of the Pakistan Penal Code, based on the victim’s complaint of being stalked and then attacked with acid by her neighbor.
Teenage Student Raped in Religious Studies Class, Suspect in Custody
A 16-year-old girl who was receiving religious education at her neighbor’s house in Ghaziabad has been reportedly raped.
In a video message shared on social media, the victim and her father stated that she would attend religious classes at their neighbor’s house.
The elder brother of the girl’s teacher allegedly took advantage of the situation and committed the crime. The victim has appealed to the relevant authorities for justice, and the police have taken action by registering a case and arresting the suspect. SSP Investigations Anoush Masood Chaudhry has also assured the family that justice will be served.
Suspect in Killing of 7-Year-Old Girl Arrested in Karachi
A man suspected of killing a 7-year-old girl in Karachi and disposing of her body has been arrested in Oghi, according to the deputy superintendent of police Javed Khan.
The suspect, Sher Rehman, was wanted by the Quaid-Abad Police Station for murder and sexual assault of the minor girl.
He was handed over to the Karachi police for further investigation. The arrest follows widespread protests demanding justice for the victim.
Reunions: Released Pakistani Fishermen Reunited with Families After Years in Indian Jails
Families of the released fishermen tearfully reunite at the Edhi Centre near Merewether Clock Tower in Karachi. The fishermen were welcomed home by well-wishers, including members of the Fishermen Cooperative Society and the Edhi Foundation.
While some of the fishermen had been in jail since 2009, the authorities in India treated them normally, according to reports. 106 more Pakistani fishermen remain imprisoned in India’s Gujarat prisons.