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Man arrested in Hyderabad after kidnapping, killing of minor children

HYDERABAD: In a bloodthirsty and sadistic incident of rape and murder of two siblings, the Hyderabad police found on Wednesday night the body of the girl who was kidnapped along with her brother on July 8.

“The girl [eight-years-old Rukhsana Siyal] was strangulated to death after torture,” Hyderabad SSP Sarfaraz Nawaz Shaikh told the media in Bismillah City area. Residents of Bismillah City Block I had informed the police about the body.

The body, which had swollen almost beyond recognition, was found from an under construction unit in the area. A bottle of liquor was also seen lying in the room.
The police and the medico-legal officer at Liaquat University Hospital, who examined the corpse, believe she was raped before murder.

The child’s elder brother, 12-years-old Qadir Baksh Siyal, who was also kidnapped along with her, succumbed to knife injuries in LUH on July 9. He was thrown by the roadside on Airport Road in fatally wounded condition.

Police sources claim that the main suspect, Usman Bengali alias Murghi Wala, has been arrested along with his associate.

However, the police are not disclosing the arrest. The bereaved family, which protested on Thursday accompanied by hundreds of people, blames the police for delaying timely action to recover the abducted children.

They brought along the body of their deceased daughter. In his statement to the police, Baksh, who was writhing in pain on the hospital bed while narrating the episode of abduction and his attempted murder, implored the police to save his sister, expressing fear that she would be killed. He named Bengali, a neighbour, for luring them away from GOR colony by offering confectionery and later taking them to the Airport Road where the suspect stabbed the boy.

FIR registered

In the FIR registered at GOR police station on Wednesday evening, the complainant, the victims’ father Intizar Hussain Siyal, stated that Baksh and Rukhsana left home around 6pm on July 8.

The family began their search after they did not return. Around 11pm, Siyal was informed by the GOR police that his son has been found in a critically injured condition from Airport Road and that he has been admitted to the hospital. “When I reached the hospital I saw my son soaked in blood and writhing in pain on the hospital bed”.

The FIR contains sections 302 and 364/A of the Pakistan Penal Code. It was registered several hours before the dead body of Ruskhsana was traced. The SSP said that the dead body was two or three days old, implying that Rukhsana was killed the same night she was kidnapped.

The child’s father identified her as his daughter through her clothes and shoes at Government Shah Abdul Latif Bhitai Hospital in Latiafbad where the body was initially shifted. The police earlier doubted that the slain girl was not Rukhsana because the corpse looked many years elder than the eight years age as stated by the family.

“The girl was stabbed and later throttled to death with her dupatta,” said B-Section Police Station SHO Syed Nisar Shah, in whose limits the body was found. The lady doctor, who conducted the post-mortem, sharing her initial assessment with the police, confirmed that the girl had been raped.

Speaking at the protest, the father bewailed that though Bengali has been arrested, the police are not declaring the arrest. Advocate Ambreen Siyal said that the police have not shared the postmortem report of Baksh. She said that the police should take the parents into confidence and share the progress made in the investigation so far.
Rukhsana was laid to rest at Baban Shah Graveyard in GOR colony by the side of her slain brother. Hyderabad SSP has formed an inquiry committee of senior police officers to probe the case. The police sources say that though two persons including Bengali have been detained in connection with case, one or more persons are also likely to be part of that gang.

Similar cases

Two months ago, seven-years-old Maryam Laghari was also raped and killed. But the police are yet to make tangible progress in the case. Over a month ago a badly decomposed body of a child was found from a ground near Cantt Graveyard. That child also lived in the same locality of Baksh and Rukhsana. The police have also not shown any progress in the investigation of that case either.

Hyderabad police arrest suspected murderer of journalist Ilyas Warsi

Hyderabad police claimed to have arrested two suspects in connection with the murder of Ilyas Warsi, a journalist whose body was found in his apartment on June 15.

Warsi was working for Sindhi newspaper.

According to a police spokesperson, one of the suspects, Ahmed, killed the journalist over a financial dispute. The other one, Shoaib, facilitated the suspected murderer, police said.

The law enforcers say Ahmed has made a confessional statement, admitting that he murdered a journalist. Ahmed reportedly told police that he hit Warsi’s head with a hammer and then suffocated him.

Police seized the murder weapons, the spokesperson said in a statement issued to reporters. He said the arrests were made by a special team with the help of finger prints, DNA and other forensic evidence. Hyderabad SSP Sarfaraz Nawaz Shaikh formed the team.

Renowned Sindhi actor Gulab Chandio passes away in Karachi

Karachi: Iconic Sindhi and Urdu TV drama actor Gulab Chandio passed away in Karachi on Friday.

Gulab Chandio died at private hospital of Karachi after long illness. He was suffering from heart disease and diabetes.

He will be buried in his ancestral village in Nawabshah on Saturday.

Gulab Chandio emerged as TV actor in early 80s and started his carrier in Sindhi dramas.

Gulab is a well-known Sindhi actor of Pakistani TV drama industry who is recognized for his excellent delivery of dialogues as he is known as the villain of all the plays.

Despite being called as devil of Pakistani dramas, Gulab Chandio was a very humble, simple and great human being in real which is completely opposite to his on screen character

It is pertinent to mention that Gulab Chandio has recently joined Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf as he got inspiration form the leading political party.

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Dr Namrita

Larkana: Mystery of Namrita death at hostel still unresolved

Larkana : A final year student of Bibi Asifa Dental College, Larkana, was found dead in her hostel room on Monday.

Namrita Chandani, who belonged to Mirpur Mathelo, a taluka of Ghotki, was found lying on a charpoy with a rope tied to her neck while her room was locked from inside.

Police said it was early to say whether she committed suicide or had been murdered.

Her colleagues who knocked at her room’s door grew worried when Chandani did not respond for several minutes.

They somehow managed to look inside the room from the crevices in the door. “She was neither responding to the knocking at the door nor to our shouts,” her friend told the police.

The hostel’s watchman later broke open the door, only to find the student lying dead. Larkana DIG Irfan Ali Baloch has given the incident’s inquiry to SSP Masood Ahmed Bangash.

The vice-chancellor, Dr Anila Attaur Rehman, said the incident appeared to be one of suicide but the police and medico-legal will be able to ascertain the actual cause of death after the postmortem.

In a similar incident, a student of Sindh University, Naila Rind, was found dead from her hostel room on January 1, 2017. Her body was found hanging from the ceiling fan.

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By-election: DGA workers continue to celebrate victory in PS-11 Larkana

Larkana: The Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) on Friday declared Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) victorious on PS-11 Larkana by-polls.

According to the official announcement of the ECP, Moazam Abbasi of Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) won the provincial assembly seat by securing 31,535 votes, while Pakistan People’s Party’s (PPP) Jameel Soomro managed to get 26,011 votes.

Overall 11 candidates including nine independent candidates took part in the by-polls, said ECP.

58,683 voters exercised their right to vote out of 1,52,614 registered voters in the constituency. 1,478 votes were rejected on various grounds.

The ECP had set up 138 polling stations for in the constituency. 20 out of 138 polling stations were declared highly sensitive, whereas, 50 were declared as sensitive by the election authorities.

Earlier in the day, the Election Commission of Pakistan had strongly turned down the allegations of its failure to maintain code of conduct on PS-11 Larkana-II by-polls.

The country’s supreme electoral body had strongly rejected the accusation of Pakistan People’s Party’s provincial minister that the ECP has failed in implementing its code of conduct during the by-polls.

The ECP’s spokesperson in his statement, had said the commission is bound to hold transparent election under the law of the land.

It was being noticed that the ECP being blamed by the candidates over their failure to win the election, the spokesman said and added that this tradition must stop.

Boy Dies

Larkana: Minor boy dies of rabies as Sindh hospitals run out of vaccine

Larkana: A 10-year-old Mir Hassan, who was bitten by a stray dog, died of rabies in Larkana on Tuesday.

Rabies encephalitis, a lethal viral but vaccine-preventable disease, claimed another life in Larkana district of Sindh when a boy died after falling prey to dog biting as he was not treated due to unavailability of anti-rabies vaccine at government hospitals.

According to the parents, their son was first taken to a hospital in Shikarpur where the minor was not given the treatment because there was no vaccine available at the hospital. Later, they rushed him to Larkana’s Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Hospital but he could not receive care there either, as this government health center had also run out of the vaccine. Resultantly, the patient succumbed to the disease.

A Rabies Encephalitis is a dog-borne viral illness caused mostly by the biting of stray dogs, and if ARV is not administered to the affected person along with immunoglobulin, the patient suffers a miserable death due to hydrophobia and other complications of the disease.

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