GUJRANWALA: The body of a woman, who became presumed drowned in the upper Chenab canal, could not be located.

Her father submitted an software to the metropolis police officer accusing her in-laws of killing her, her children as well as husband and throwing their bodies within the canal.

consistent with police, a few days ago they have been informed that Arshad along along with his wife and children was journeying on canal road on a motorcycle whilst it fell into the canal and the complete circle of relatives become presumed drowned.

. Rescue 1122 had determined the bodies of Arshad and his youngsters, but the frame of his spouse Rukhsana could not be located.

Her father suspects homicide

Her father, Ghulam Rasool, submitted an software to the police, announcing that his daughter and Arshad had been thankfully married and lived in Jandiala Baghwala.

a few days in the past, her father-in-regulation Faiz Ahmad, mom-in-law Safia Bibi, brothers-in-regulation Muhammad Salamat, Akhtar, Asfhar and Waqar killed Rukhsana, Arshad and their youngsters and threw their bodies within the top Chenab canal and offered it as a suicide.

Rasool delivered that he felt Rukhsana became alive, but her in-legal guidelines had hidden her. He additionally submitted the utility to the leader minister, inspector popular of police, regional police officer and demanded justice.

DRUG PEDDLERS ARRESTED: The Civil lines police on Wednesday arrested 4 drug sellers, which includes a female, and recovered five kilogrammes of hashish from their possession.

city Police Officer Dr Moeen Masood advised reporters that police received statistics that drug sellers Shabana, alias Nani Battni, and her son Jamshed alias Kaka were selling pills in Khayali place. A group under the supervision of the Sabzi Mandi station residence officer caught the mom and son pink-passed and recovered 2.5kg of cannabis from their possession.

in addition, satellite city police arrested drug peddlers Saghir alias Chand Butt and Usman alias Mani who have been carrying narcotics. When they had been stopped at a checkpost, police recovered 2.5kg of hashish from their ownership.

instances have been registered towards the suspects.

posted in , July eleventh, 2019