Court testifies two witnesses in Sara case



A local court on Wednesday testified two more witnesses in the murder case of Canadian national Sara Inam killed by her husband Shahnawaz Amir and adjourned the hearing till January 25.

The court continued hearing of the arguments and cross-examination of the witnesses during the hearing.

At the outset of the proceedings, medical expert Dr. Bushra said that there was an injury of around 12 centimeters on the forehead of the deceased.

There were multiple injuries on the face, arms, hands, back and ear of the slain woman. Dr. Bushara said that there were several fractures on the head of the victim.

There was no poison or drugs found in the lungs and stomach of the deceased, she said adding that there was a difference of 12 to 24 hours between the murder and postmortem of the body.

Police Station’s Muharar informed the court that the police had recovered a black dumbbell from the crime scene and there were blood spots in the bedroom of the farmhouse as well.