Kidnapping of Two Minor Sisters Reported at Seaview, Karachi
Two young sisters have been kidnapped from Seaview in Karachi and their family has filed an FIR with the police. The girls, aged two and three, went missing on April 24 while at the beach with their family.
Despite extensive efforts to locate them, they have not yet been found. The police have registered a missing report and an FIR under Sections 365 and 34 of the Pakistan Penal Code. During the Eid holiday period, 21 children went missing from Seaview, but all were eventually reunited with their families.
Father and Uncle Arrested for Honor Killing of Woman in Sahiwal
A woman, Umma-i-Sadia, was killed in an honor killing by her father and uncle for marrying her cousin. Her body was found near Chak Shafi in the Pakpattan Canal in March.
Her family had promised to arrange her marriage with her cousin but instead killed her, wrapped her body in a quilt, and threw it into the canal.
The police solved the case and arrested two suspects, Usman and Nadeem, after receiving a lead from a kidnapping case registered by Sadia’s uncle.
Man Murders Wife and Alleged Friend for Honor in Taxila
A man has been reported to have killed his wife and her alleged friend in a rented house on Gattiya Road in Green Town, which falls under the jurisdiction of Wah Saddar police. According to sources, the couple had recently moved to the area from KP and were residing in the rented house.
The husband, Irfanullah, was not present at the time of the incident, and his relative, Irshad Khan, had come to visit from Peshawar. Upon his return, Irfanullah found his wife with the man and fatally shot them both.
The alleged killer surrendered himself and his weapon to the police. The bodies were taken for autopsy at THQ hospital before being sent to their respective native towns in KP. The motive behind the killings is believed to be related to “honour”.
Husband Alleged in Death of Hanged Woman in Karachi
Ayesha, a 26-year-old married woman, was found hanged in Sharifabad. Police are investigating whether she committed suicide or was murdered by her husband, Kamran.
Ayesha’s family accused Kamran of killing her, claiming that he had a history of domestic violence and had threatened to harm the family. They also stated that Ayesha had filed a complaint at the Sharifabad police station.