Man accused of raping, murdering girl arrested

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GUJAR KHAN: Police on 17 April 2024 arrested a suspect accused of killing a girl after subjecting her to sexual assault.

According to details, a 10-year-old girl who had gone missing around a fortnight ago from her house situated in Dulmi village, in the limits of Gujar Khan police station, was found murdered in a well last 8 April 2024.

SSP Operations Hafiz Kamran Asghar said the suspect, identified as Falak Sher, confessed to kidnapping, raping and murdering the girl during interrogation.

He said a case of kidnapping was registered against the unidentified suspect(s) on the complaint of the victim’s mother, and the body of the girl was found in a deserted well during a search operation.

The SSP said the suspect would be presented before the court with strong evidence, and justice would be delivered to the innocent victim. Correspondent

Acknowledgement: Published in Dawn News on 18th April 2024.
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