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ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogNeighbours gather outside the house of Asma's family-Geo News MARDAN: A relative of a suspect in the rape and murder case of minor Asma terrorised her family after barging into their home. The man, wielding a knife, also harassed the women present in the house. The man was subsequently caught by neighbours and handed over to the police. Asma was reported missing from the Gujjar Garhi area in Mardan on January 13 and recovered dead the next day from the nearby sugarcane fields. Speaking at a press conference early today, Mardan Regional Police Officer (RPO) Dr Mian Saeed announced the arrest of prime suspect, 15-year-old Muhammad Nabi, and another suspect. KP police arrest 15-year-old relative for murder of minor Asma KP Police says that the case was resolved by tracing a drop of blood on a leaf in the sugarcane field where the minor was killed Nabi, with his face covered, was also presented before the media. Dr Saeed said that the case was resolved by tracing a drop of blood on a leaf in the sugarcane field where the minor was killed. The RPO said that fingerprint traces of the suspect were found on the neck of the deceased, and the weapon used for the crime has also been recovered. Dr Saeed said that the suspect attempted sexual assault on the four-year-old in the sugarcane field but the minor resisted by shouting for help. In reaction, Nabi killed the minor by strangulation.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogThe crime scene/File photo MARDAN: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) police on Thursday confirmed it has received the forensic report from the Punjab Forensics Laboratory in the rape and murder case of four-year-old Aasma. In the latest development in the ongoing investigation against the brutal incident, Mardan Regional Police Officer DIG Awal Khan said the police has received the DNA test report on the case and has sent samples of 243 suspects to the laboratory for cross matching. Aasma was reported missing from the Gujjar Garhi area in Mardan on January 13, and was recovered dead the next day from the nearby sugarcane fields. The murderer remains at large. In a suo motu hearing of the case on Tuesday, Chief Justice of Pakistan Saqib Nisar admonished the KP police for its failure to arrest the culprit and said it was reflective of the force's incompetence. The chief justice also inquired what the KP police had done so far in the case, to which the DIG failed to give a satisfying reply. SC admonishes KP police for 'incompetence' in Aasma rape-murder case The Supreme Court was hearing its suo motu case in the rape and murder of four-year-old girl, who was found in sugarcane fields two weeks back The court then adjourned the hearing until February 6. Dr Ashraf Tahir ? the Director-General of the Punjab Forensic Science Agency ? earlier said the DNA tests conducted on the samples obtained from the deceased?s body and the crime scene proved that the minor girl was sexually assaulted before her death. One person?s DNA was found on Aasma?s body confirming the rape, the official added, noting that the next stage in the investigation would be to match the DNA samples taken from over 200 people in the case to track down the suspect.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News Blog[embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/78ba2b2159582f69902648f758daf942.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8zMC8yMDE4IDQ6MzQ6MjAgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT13bGVIaXkwTU1nRHRIdmhlUWNwWWh3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice Saqib Nisar on Tuesday remarked that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police?s failure to arrest the culprit in the murder and rape of minor Aasma is reflective of the force's incompetence. The Supreme Court was hearing its suo motu case in the rape and murder of four-year-old girl, who was found in sugarcane fields two weeks back. The case is being heard by a three-member bench, comprising Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Saqib Nasir and comprising Justices Umar Ata Bandial and Ijazul Ahsan. Justice Nisar also asked why IG KP did not appear before the court. The court had summoned Advocate-General of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, as well as the province's Inspector General of Police (IGP) to appear at today's hearing. During the hearing, the Deputy Inspector-General of KP informed the Supreme Court that he expects to be provided with the forensic report in the rape and murder case of minor Aasma by today. Further probe can be carried out when we have the complete forensic report, he said. The DIG informed the court that evidence collected from the incident site was submitted to the Punjab Forensic Science Agency, which is expected to provide the report today. The court adjourned the meeting until February 6. Post-mortem points to rape before murder of minor in Mardan: IG KP Aasma went missing on Jan 13 from the Gujjar Garhi area of Mardan and was found the next day after efforts by police and family, the IG said Aasma was reported missing from the Gujjar Garhi area in Mardan on January 13, and recovered dead the next day from the nearby sugarcane fields. The murderer remains at large. The Friday after the incident, the CJP took a suo motu notice of Aasma?s murder after DNA test confirmed the child was raped before she was killed. Dr Ashraf Tahir ? the Director-General of the Punjab Forensic Science Agency ? said the DNA tests conducted on the samples obtained from the deceased?s body and the crime scene prove that the victim was sexually assaulted before her death. One person?s DNA was found on Aasma?s body confirming the rape, the official added, noting that the next stage in the investigation would be to match the DNA samples taken from around 200 people in the case to track down the suspect. The police had also submitted its investigation report pertaining to the case to the Supreme Court.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogProtesters hold signs and chant slogans to condemn the rape and killing of 7-year-old girl Zainab Ansari in Kasur, during a protest in Lahore, Pakistan January 14, 2018. Photo: Reuters LAHORE: The Supreme Court of Pakistan will hear the Zainab rape and murder suo motu case at its Lahore Registry today. Zainab was kidnapped on January 4 from near her aunt?s house in Kasur. Her body was discovered five days later from a garbage pile. The post-mortem report revealed that Zainab had been raped and murdered. Later, the authorities succeeded in nabbing the suspect, Imran, said to be a serial killer involved in several other similar cases in Kasur. Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar has also summoned today the heads of several news organisations as well as senior journalists as it will take up an anchorperson's allegations, refuted by the government, that the suspect had several bank accounts and was part of an international ring. The anchorperson who made the claims earlier this week has also been summoned. Moreover, Punjab's advocate general Asma Hamid, IG Jails and head of the Punjab Forensic Science Agency have also been summoned. Zainab case suspect has no commercial bank accounts: State Bank of Pakistan Allegations of multiple bank accounts of Imran Ali fake and fabricated: Punjab govt The hearing is expected to begin after 10am. Startling allegations The anchorperson had stated in his show on a private news channel Wednesday night that the suspect Imran was part of an international group and had the backing of 'powerful' government officials. He had also claimed that the suspect owned at least 37 bank accounts, including some outside the country. Following his revelations, the Supreme Court bench hearing the Zainab suo motu case had summoned the anchorperson in court. Appearing in the apex court in Islamabad on Thursday, the anchorperson submitted details of the accounts as well as names of the two government officials, including a federal minister, involved in the ring. During the hearing, the chief justice had remarked that there would be severe consequences if the accusations are proved false. Zainab rape-murder: JIT to probe seven other similar cases TV anchor who claimed that the murder suspect holds 37 bank accounts did not appear before JIT today Following the startling allegations, the Punjab government included members of the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) in the joint investigation team (JIT) probing the case to investigate the anchorperson's claims. The anchorperson, however, failed to appear before the JIT on Friday and Saturday, but kept repeating his claims on various news channels. State Bank rejects claims The SBP rejected the anchorperson's claims on Friday stating that the suspect had no commercial bank accounts in the country. Announcing the findings of the central bank during a news conference on Friday, Punjab government spokesman Malik Muhammad Ahmed Khan said allegations regarding the primary accused by a television anchor were "fake and fabricated" and were issued without any consideration of the consequences.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogLAHORE: Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif has taken notice of reports of multiple bank accounts of the accused in Zainab rape and murder case, and directed the joint investigation team (JIT) to probe into the matter. The Punjab government, on the chief minister's directives, has notified addition of a representative of the State Bank of Pakistan and DG Forensic Science Laboratory to the already existing JIT in the case, headed by a deputy inspector general (DIG). Police officials confirmed the addition of the two members to the team. The JIT has been directed to probe reports by a private media house suggesting that the accused, Imran Ali Naqshbandi, has several bank accounts. Imran demands thorough investigation into alleged child pornography ring in Kasur The scale of these crimes against our innocent children shows involvement of powerful people, tweets PTI chairperson Imran Khan The investigation team has been ordered to investigate the matter and report on its findings. On Wednesday, a special anti-terrorism court (ATC) handed Imran to police on a 14-day physical remand. During proceedings, the accused admitted to the rape and murder of Zainab. Responding to the honourable Judge Sajjad Ali?s question about the accused man?s missing beard, the prosecutor said that the man had shaved it off after murdering Zainab. Zainab was kidnapped from near her aunt?s house in Kasur on January 4. Her body was discovered in a garbage heap five days later. On Tuesday, Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif in a news conference confirmed that Imran had murdered seven-year-old Zainab, referring to him as a ?serial killer?. ?He [Imran] admitted to all his crimes in a polygraph test that was conducted after his DNA matched the samples,? Sharif said during the news conference. Imran demands investigation into alleged child pornography ring Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairperson Imran Khan has demanded a thorough probe by a high-powered joint investigation team (JIT) into reports of a child pornography ring allegedly operating in Kasur. "After the arrest of Imran Ali in the Zainab case, a tale of a well-connected operation of child pornography, abuse & murder is unravelling as he is found to have numerous bank accts," the PTI chairperson said in a tweet on Thursday. "Clearly the scale of these crimes against (SIC) our innocent children shows involvement of powerful people," he said, stressing that a 'strong JIT' should thoroughly investigate the reports. "A strong JIT must investigate this thoroughly including the Kasur child pornography case which Rana Sanaullah shamefully dismissed as a land dispute." Accused used sweets to lure victims Investigators have revealed that Imran, was 24 and unmarried. He was a resident of the same neighbourhood as Zainab. Officials in the JIT disclosed that Imran revealed during interrogation that he kidnapped Zainab at 6:45 pm. ?When he couldn?t find an appropriate place [to rape her], he roamed around with her for over 1.5 kilometres and took her to a pile of garbage as he feared being caught if he went to a residential area,? the JIT official revealed, quoting Imran. Imran reportedly said further that he used to kidnap girls from the houses where he was employed. He allegedly confessed to raping eight girls in under-construction houses and two on garbage piles. ATC sends Zainab murder accused on 14-day police remand Accused man was familiar with Zainab?s family, frequented the minor girl's house Sources said Imran would take the girls out on the pretext of buying candy and hair clips, adding that he took Kainat Batool out on the pretext of buying yoghurt and later raped her. She survived and is presently under treatment at a hospital in Lahore. Imran spent hours around Zainab?s house. His DNA matches those of eight girls whereas the samples of two girls raped earlier were wasted leading to an inconclusive DNA result. The jacket that led to the suspect A jacket owned by Imran was among the evidence that helped the police to narrow down on the suspect, revealed a BBC report. The CCTV video which went viral showed the suspect wearing a zip-up jacket having two giant buttons at either side of the jacket top. However, the CCTV footage did not clearly show the jacket's colour. The police nonetheless carried out a raid at the suspect's house where a black jacket with a similar design was found. Imran was eventually arrested as the prime accused after his DNA matched with the sample collected from the site where Zainab's body was dumped. According to the report, the suspect's mother aided the police in tracking him down after his DNA samples matched. After the police arrested Imran, the suspect reportedly confessed to assaulting eight minor girls at an under-construction site and two others in a garbage heap. He also admitted to murdering five minor girls at an under-construction site and throwing away the bodies of three others in a garbage pile, sources said.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News Blog[embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/19b2fbf847dc869fda4d093fbaa18b88.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8yMC8yMDE4IDc6MDc6NTAgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1TNkVsWlNuRFpnWXNEbWNoMUlKMDdnPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] MARDAN: The father of a minor who was killed and dumped after being raped demanded the culprit(s) be handed out the strictest punishment. Talking to Geo News, Behram said he is satisfied with police investigation in the case. The minor?s father said he works in Saudi Arabia as a labourer and returned to Pakistan on Friday, after receiving the news of her death. Four-year-old Aasma went missing on January 13 from the Gujjar Garhi area and was found dead the next day at 3pm. Aasma rape, murder case: Six more suspects held by Mardan police DPO Mardan says that DNA samples will be taken from the suspects As many as six more suspects were arrested in the case by Mardan police on Friday, authorities informed Geo News. DPO Mardan said that DNA samples of the suspects will be taken, adding that the authorities have conducted geo-fencing of the area. The case, one of the many reported after the brutal rape and murder of minor Zainab in Kasur, has invited widespread condemnation as well calls to address issue of child sexual abuse properly.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News Blog[embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/79c9ac3acd9387963d8d207cfbd6deb6.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8xNy8yMDE4IDU6NDg6MTkgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1xellSdkRJUkdrU0t2YU4vNW9ZK2l3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] LAHORE: A man arrested due to his resemblance with the prime suspect appearing on the CCTV footage with late Zainab has been handed over to the Kasur authorities, Lahore police officials informed on Wednesday. The man was held from Bhatta Chowk, Lahore earlier this week. Zainab, 7, was kidnapped on January 4 from near her aunt?s house in Kasur. Her body was discovered five days later from a garbage pile. The post-mortem report revealed that Zainab had been raped and murdered. Moreover, the authorities have informed that the suspect's mobile phone location shows he was in Kasur. The suspect has been handed over to Kasur police for his DNA test. Speaking on the case, DIG Operations Dr Haider Ashraf said that Lahore police is providing its utmost assistance for the Kasur case. Earlier, on Jan 16, a Supreme Court bench expressed its displeasure over the lack of progress by the Punjab government and police on the Zainab case. During proceedings, Punjab additional inspector general (AIG) and advocate general (AG) appeared before the court. Addressing the officials, the chief justice remarked that no significant progress in the case was visible so far, adding that "you can inform us in our chambers if need be". The entire nation is aggrieved by the incident. What has been done in the case so far?" the chief justice inquired. The AIG responded that investigations were underway, whereas the AG informed the bench that around 1,100 suspects have been questioned in the case. "If the issue isn?t solved then it?ll be a failure of the government and police," the chief justice observed, adding that the same mistakes are made in every case after which suspects are exonerated due to shoddy investigations. The AIG informed the court that eight similar cases emerged in Kasur since the last year and a half. "The government cannot give a time of arrest," the AIG informed the court. Chief Justice Nisar observed that millions of rupees are spent on safe city projects, adding that there should be a firm belief that the killer will be caught as the court doesn't "want the suspect caught and killed in an encounter". During the hearing, the chief justice also remarked that the accused in the Zainab case is a serial killer.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogLAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday expressed displeasure over failure of police in arresting the suspect of brutal rape-murder of eight-year-old Zainab in Kasur. Presiding over a meeting of provincial cabinet's Committee on Law and Order, the Punjab CM said that he was under extreme agony and stress due to this case and only wanted the arrest of the suspect. The meeting was briefed on the brutal rape and murder case by the Inspector General of Police (IGP). Addressing the participants, the chief minister said that facts should be brought before the public after the arrest of the suspect so that the victim's family could get justice. He said the killer should not escape justice and get exemplary punishment. Shehbaz further said that all requirements of justice would be fulfilled pertaining to the death of two persons in the firing incidents during violent protests in the city. The chief minister directed the IGP to daily visit Kasur to review progress on both cases and that he could use helicopter of the chief minister for this purpose.
ADMIN posted a blog entry in Geo News BlogPAT Chairman Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri on Thursday demanded the suspension of Punjab law minister and inspector general of police over the recent rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl in Kasur. Photo: Geo News LAHORE: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri on Thursday demanded the suspension of Punjab law minister and inspector general of police (IGP) over the recent rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl in Kasur. "If you eliminate the crime and punish the criminals, then make Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Home Minister Rana Muhammad Afzal, Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, and the IGP Captain (retired) Arif Nawaz Khan accountable," Qadri demanded at a press conference. "The IGP, law minister, and home secretary should be suspended with immediate effect," he said, adding that the chief minister should also be summoned and suspended. "We know that a powerful individual...powerful groups are behind each such incident. It is a network of criminals," the PAT chief said. He maintained that making low-ranking police officers OSD (officer on special duty) will make no difference. "Make Shehbaz and Sanaullah OSD, catch their MNAs and MPAs and then you'll find out the criminal network [operating] under them," said Qadri. Zainab rape, murder sparks outrage in Kasur An air of gloom, mixed with rage, hovers over Kasur, situated around an hour's drive from the Punjab capital of Lahore, following the discovery of the rape and murder of seven-year-old Zainab. The minor girl, a resident of Road Kot area of Kasur, had gone missing on January 4 when she ventured out of the house. Her body was found in a garbage pile near Kashmir Chowk five days later. 11 cases of child *** abuse reported in Pakistan every day: report The brutal rape and subsequent murder of seven-year-old Zainab is not a one-off incident As protests re-erupted in the city today, the house of local provincial lawmaker Naeem Safdar was ransacked. Police also failed to stop the protesters from ransacking the local government hospital. Residents are still protesting across the city, including Kali Pul Chowk, whereas the Ferozepur Road, linking Kasur to nearby towns and cities, remains blocked. Moreover, protests against the incident are being taken out across the country, from Peshawar to Karachi. Markets in Kasur are also closed in protest against the incident. Similarly, sporadic demonstrations were held outside the District Headquarters Hospital where protesters ransacked the premises, which was left devoid of equipment as well as security and medical staff. The Punjab Bar Council had also announced a complete boycott of courts today and demanded the immediate arrest of the killer(s). Later in the afternoon, protesters attacked the dera [camp office] of local PML-N MPA Naeem Safdar, and burnt furniture and cars in rage. Police resorted to tear gas shelling and use of water cannon to disperse protesters but failed to do so. Imran blames Punjab Police In a press conference in Islamabad, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan came down hard on the provincial government over the incident. Rape, murder of minor Zainab sparks outrage; two killed in Kasur protests Chief Justice takes suo motu notice after violent protests in Kasur and public outrage on social media "The parents of the seven-year-old Zainab are also demanding justice from the army chief and chief justice, not the Punjab police and the provincial government. The police which is supposed to protect people is busy protecting one family,? said Imran.