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Three abducted sisters were found slaughtered in Muzaffargarh

MUZAFFARGARH –  Three sisters were stabbed to death by unknown outlaws af­ter abduction n in the Ther­mal power station area on Tuesday while the caretaker Punjab Chief Minister Syed Mohsin Naqvi took notice of the incident.

According to a spokesperson for police, 7-year-old girl Fatima, and 8 Zahra daughters of security sergeant Ther­mal Colony went out­side home to play the pre­vious day evening and didn’t come back. The third sister 11-year-old Areesha went to search for them and also went missing. The local people along with City police started a search for the missing girls and found the throat-cutting bodies in an empty quarter early morning on Tuesday.

Upon receiving the information, DPO Syed Husnain Haider rushed to the spot and ex­pressed condolence to the bereaved family, and assured early arrest of the accused.

He further said that they were following Punjab CM’s directions as he has issued direc­tions to trace and im­mediately arrest the ac­cused by adopting the latest technology. Police crime scene units and forensic teams collected the evidence from the crime scene. The DPO said that police were interrogating the inci­dent from every per­spective and interroga­tion was underway by taking some suspicious persons into custody. Rescue 1122 has shifted the bodies to the district headquarters hospital under the supervision of the police. Mean­while, the caretaker Punjab CM and Additional IGP South Punjab took the notice of brutal murder of three sisters after the abduction and a south report from DPO.

DPO inquired about hthe ealth of the two po­lice constables who got wounded by the ac­cused’s firing during the raid yesterday.

The injured consta­bles namely Zafar Iqbal and Asad had gone to recover the sieged chil­dren when the history sheeter, Kashi Rind, opened fire near Pull Magasan situated in the limits of Thana Sadar Kot Addu.

After firing the ac­cused escaped, and the abducted minors, Zahra and Asad were kid­napped by the accused.

However, they couldn’t get recovered despite the police raid as the accused had shift­ed them already to some unidentified place, po­lice said.

According to the spokesperson, the search for the minors was still going on with teams constituted to ar­rest the escaped crimi­nal and bring them to justice.

Source:  The Nation