Man Arrested for Murdering Nephew on Faith Healer’s Advice in Toba Tek Singh

A man has been apprehended by the Sandalbar police in Faisalabad for the murder of his three-year-old nephew, following advice from a faith healer. Initially, the suspect had reported the child as missing, but suspicions arose when the child’s body was discovered in a manhole, showing signs of strangulation during an autopsy. During questioning, the man, identified as Kashif, admitted to taking the life of the child based on the guidance of a spiritual healer.

The motive behind this heinous act stemmed from a tragic event in Kashif’s life: the death of his own daughter. A self-proclaimed spiritual healer had advised him to perform a “sacrifice” involving a child from his family to ward off further misfortune. Tragically, he acted on this advice and took the life of his young nephew. Authorities are currently conducting raids to locate and apprehend the faith healer responsible for the tragic advice.


Unidentified Woman’s Lifeless Body Found Along Haro River in Taxila 

A woman’s lifeless body was discovered on the banks of the Haro River in Bhallar Jogi village, within the jurisdiction of the Hassanabdal police station on Friday. This grim finding came to light on the same day that an attempted abduction of a 15-year-old girl was foiled.

In the initial incident, the lifeless body of an unidentified woman, who appeared to be in her 30s, was found concealed within a sack near the Haro River, located in the Jehri Kass chowki area. Workers tending to the nearby fields made the unsettling discovery and promptly alerted the authorities. Subsequently, the police arrived at the scene and transported the body to the Tehsil Headquarters Hospital. A thorough examination of the deceased revealed that she had been strangled to death before being discarded along the banks of the Haro River.


Karachi Climate Activists Rally in Solidarity with Global ‘End Fossil Fuels’ March

Climate activists in Karachi rallied in solidarity with the ‘March to End Fossil Fuels’ in New York on September 17. Organized by the Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum (PFF), the Climate Justice March emphasized the need for developed nations to fulfill climate finance commitments.

Yasir Husain of the Climate Action Centre (CAC) called for an urgent shift to renewables, and Ahmed Shabbar of the Maholiati March advocated closing existing fossil fuel operations to limit global warming. The ‘March to End Fossil Fuels’ urges President Joe Biden to oppose new fossil fuel projects and declare a climate emergency, with millions participating in global climate actions from September 15 to 17.


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