Missing minor girl found dead in Kotri

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DADU: An eight-year old girl, who had gone missing since evening a day before, was found dead in a desolate place in Kotri Site area on 8 April 2024.

Father of the victim, Liaqat Ali Hazara, said that his daughter had left home in Mahmood Shah Colony in Kotri Site area to buy goodies from a nearby shop in the locality during Iftar time yesterday but did not return.

The family came to know the next morning that the girl`s body was spotted in a desolate place in the colony, he said.

Sources in the neighborhood suspected the girl might have been sexually assaulted before murder but said it could be ascertained only after a proper post-mortem.

It could not be confirmed till filing of this report that if any case was lodged from the family.

Acknowledgement: Published in Daily Dawn News on 9th April 2024.

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