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Police resolve blind murder case: DIG Operations

  • November 24, 2021

Islamabad-The special investigation team of Islamabad police solved mystery of a blind murder case, where an 11-year-old girl was found dead at the Metro Bus Station at G-11, by arresting her father who had confessed to have killed his daughter.

The special investigation team constituted by Inspector General of Police (IGP) Qazi Jamil Ur Rehman, tasking it to resolve the murder case, comprised DIG Operations Afzaal Ahmed Kausar, SSP Operations Syed Ali Akbar and SSP Investigation Atta Ur Rehman.

Addressing a press conference on Tuesday at Rescue 15 Building, DIG Operations Afzaal Ahmed Kausar disclosed that Wajid Hussain had murdered her minor daughter and dumped the body in a washroom at Metro Bus Station in G-11. He said police had recovered the body of girl and moved to hospital for post-mortem. The girl was sexually assaulted before murder. 

A case number 726/21 under sections 302/376 of PPC was also lodged with PS Ramna, he said adding that the special investigation team inspected the crime scene and cordoned off the area. DIG said National Forensic Science Agency experts had also been called by the investigators who collected the evidences including photography, finger prints, conducting geofencing and obtaining CCTV footage. He said police were unaware about the identity of the girl and a test was also carried out to ascertain her age.  

“During initial investigation, it was suggested that a close relative of girl could be involved in the heinous crime,” he said adding that the investigators took father of girl into custody on suspicion who later confessed that he had killed her daughter. He said the killer also guided police to the crime scene where he had ended the life of his daughter. 

DIG Operations Afzaal Ahmed Kausar said police had collected all solid evidence that would be produced before the court of law to get the killer punished as per law.

DIG was also flanked by SSP Operations Syed Ali Akbar and SSP Investigation Atta Ur Rehman. 

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