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Saturday, December 11, 2010

MIRPURKHAS Dec 11. Tando Jan Mohammad police have carried out raids on Friday night at different places and in surrounding villages of Deh 189, taluka Digri and apprehended three accused of the murder case of Ms Nasreen Jarwar, 15, who had been kidnapped by unknown persons while kidnappers murdered her and threw her body in the Naseer canal. Report said that on the information of villagers, Tando Jan Mohammad police have fished out the body of Ms Nasreen Jarwar, 15, d/o Faiz Mohammad Jarwar, resident of village Khan Mohammad Jarwar in the limit of Tando Jan Mohammad police, from the Naseer canal near 25000 Mori on Dec 9 while her identification was made by her relatives. Police immediately removed her body to rural health center Tando Jan Mohammad where post mortem was made by Dr Perveen Arain and later the deceased body was handed over to her heirs. Lady Doctor told the newsmen that torture marks on her body was visible while she was strangulated. However tissues of her body had also been sent to laboratory for testing. Ms Zareena Jarwar, mother of deceased registered her murder case with Tando Jan Mohammad police station stating that 10 days ago, her daughter deceased Ms Nasreen Jarwar, 15, went to take water at near by Shakh that accused Chaman, Mukhtiar, Arbab, Ali Raza, Allah ditto, Gulzar, Mustafa and Sawan , all by caste Jarwar, allegedly abducted her and after 10 days they killed her and threw her body in the Naseer canal. Complainant Ms Zareena Jarwar and her husband Faiz Mohammad Jarwar told the newsmen that killers had oppressed upon their daughter and brutally murdered her after torturing. They demanded the higher authorities to provide them justice by giving exemplary punishment to the culprits. Investigation officer of this murder case sub inspector Nadeem told that police had conducted the raids at villages of nominated accused and their surrounding areas and apprehended 3 nominated accused including Allah ditto, Sawan and Ali Raza. He further said that raids at suspected places are continued to nab the remaining 5 nominated accused and hoped that they would soon be held. He said that arrested above three nominated accused were produced in the court of civil judge and judicial magistrate Digri taluka on Saturday morning while the court awarded their 4 days police remand. 

MIRPURKHAS Dec 11. Assistant vice president of National bank of Pakistan municipal branch Mirpurkhas Khalil Ahmed Bhurgari has accused that Satellite town police have been failed to arrest the robbers who had committed robbery in his house early Tuesday morning. Talking to newsmen at local press club here on Saturday, he stated that 6 robbers on Dec 7 early morning barged into his house and held hostage to all the inmates and looted Cash RS 35000, a license pistol with 25 bullets, mobiles and 4 Tola gold ornaments and fled away from the spot. He said that he had lodged the case with Satellite town police station but despite passing 4 days, no culprit was yet nabbed by the police. He demanded the provincial police officer, RPO Hyderabad , DIG Mirpurkhas and DPO Mirpurkhas to take notice, ensure arresting of the culprits and recovery of his booty.
 
 
MIRPURKHAS Dec 11. Three demonstrations were held outside the local press club including a joint demonstration was held of local journalists and Jeay Sindh Muttehda Mahaz district Mirpurkhas, another scores of women and Gulistan e Mazoreen center Mirpurkhas to protest against the failure of police to nab the accused of the murder case of local journalist Sultan Mehmood Chandio here on Saturday. Report said that first demonstration was held by local journalists led by Saleem Azad and office bearers and workers of JSMM district Mirpurkhas led by Riaz Leghari while demanding the higher authorities to ensure immediate arresting of the killers of local journalist Sultan Mehmood Chandio. They warned that if his killers were not arrested within few days then local journalists and other organizations would make their future strategy in this regard. In another demonstration, dozens of ladies of Gulshan colony have staged sit in outside local press club and calling the authorities to nab the real accused of the murder of local journalist. Dozens of disables of Gulistan e Mazoreen center Mirpurkhas led by Javed Malik have held demonstration outside the local press club demanding the DPO Mirpurkhas to take notice and ensure arresting of the accused of the murder case of Sultan Mehmood Chandio, local journalist.
 
MIRPURKHAS Dec 11. Provincial minister for agriculture Syed Ali Nawaz Shah has condoled with bereaved family of late local journalist Sultan Mehmood Chandio to go to his residence at Gulshan colony here on Saturday. Minister expressed his deep grief and sorrow and prayed to Allah for his departed soul. On this occasion, relatives and friends of late journalist have expressed their dissatisfaction over the police officers conducting the investigation of his murder case. They expressed their reservations on the DPO Mirpurkhas and demanded the minister to approach to higher authorities to change the investigation of this case to other police officers. 

MIRPURKHAS Dec 11. Ameer Aalmi Majlis Tahafuz Khatam e Nabuwat Moulana Shabbir Ahmed Karnalvi, Moulana Hafeezur Rehman Faiz, Mufti Ubaidullah Anwer, and Moulana Mohammad Ali Siddique have said that we would not allow the government to amend the blasphemy law or making it ineffective. They were speaking at the blasphemy rally at local press club here on Saturday that was participated by hundreds of office bearers and workers of Aalmi Majlis e Khatame Nabuwat, Jamiat ulmai Islam, Ahle Sunnat Wal Jamaat, Jamaat Islami and Ulma action committee. They said that if the government moves to remove blasphemy law then rulers would count their last days. They demanded the government to withdraw the bill presented by Shereen Rehman and implement on the decisions of meeting of all the Ulmas to be scheduled on Dec 15 at Islamabad

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