The shooters claimed that the woman wanted to marry her cousin Waqas, brother of Abbas, who was living in Italy but her brother opposed it. According to the report, the brother wanted her sister to marry a well-educated person, but she refused.
Dawlat Khan, 25, was sentenced in May to life imprisonment by a lower court in Buner district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province for raping a deaf woman. "Both families have patched up after an agreement was reached with the help of local jirga (traditional council)."
Police said the man killed his daughters first and then attempted to end his own life. He was shifted to a nearby hospital in critical condition, where he died, a police official said, adding the bodies of the girls were also moved for an autopsy.
"I count this as another rape in itself," Sidra Humayun, an activist who handles sexual assault cases, said. "Most rape victims I have worked with have spoken of being traumatised by it."
The Islamabad High Court (IHC) on Thursday accepted Ritchie's request to withdraw a petition seeking the registration of a criminal case against Malik for allegedly raping her in 2011. Justice Amir Farooq dismissed her petition.
Adviser to PM Babar Awan, who is also a member of the Cabinet Committee on Legislative Cases, said Prime Minister Imran Khan was very much concerned over the recent incidents of rape in different parts of the country.
A female Station House Officer, Sharafat Khan, at Tipu Sultan police station of Karachi found the contact number of one of the alleged criminals who had looted a citizen’s house 15 days ago.
Prior to the federal minister’s post, the Deputy Commissioner of Islamabad, Muhammed Hamza Shafqaat, had said Usman Gohar “cannot be hired by any other bank” as per the regulations of the State bank of Pakistan.
The crime took place 12 days ago when a man was shot in the head twice in his sleep in the city of Gujrat, Punjab province. According to the police, the suspect had registered a murder case against unidentified people to mislead investigators.