Police In Pakistan Arrest Suspect In Zainab Ansari Murder

Police In Pakistan Arrest Suspect In Zainab Ansari Murder”

According to the initial post-mortem report, the minor was strangled to death after being raped multiple times. He took Kainat Batool out on the pretext of buying yogurt and later raped her.

The incident led to angry protests in various parts of Kasur that resulted in at least two deaths and several injuries.

The brutal killing of Zainab Ansari, whose body was left in a rubbish dump in Kasur, east Pakistan, after she was snatched while on her way to a class, has unleashed a wave of revulsion around the country.

Mohammed Amin shows a picture of his daughter.

The suspect, who lived in the same area as Zainab, confessed to the crime, a police official told Al Jazeera.

According to the details provided, the suspect has been identified as 24-year-old man named Imran Ali. She survived and is presently under treatment at a hospital in Lahore. "Whenever I look at her, I just feel sick with worry", Elahi said.

The rape and murder of Zainab Ansari was the 12th such case in Kasur district in the a year ago, according to local media reports. They were said to have filmed the abuse and then blackmailed the children, threatening to expose the clips.

"The suspect has been arrested after 14-day joint efforts by the Punjab Forensic Science Agency (PFSA), the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA), CTD [Counter Terrorism Authority], civil and military agencies, political leadership and civil administration".

It collects its figures by tracking reports in Pakistani media. The suspect had apparently shaved his beard off, causing some delay in facial recognition using CCTV footage. "All these beasts are in the same boat".

In the video, Imran, whose involvement in the case was confirmed by CM Shehbaz on Tuesday, said that he tricked Zainab by telling her that he would take her to meet her parents - who had gone to Saudi Arabia to perform Umra.

Speaking to the media after the court's proceedings, Justice Shah was quoted by Express Tribune as saying, "I am also addressing the media to let the chief minister know that there will be daily hearings on the case".

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