Two suspects arrested 2 abducted sisters found slaughtered


Staff Reporter

The police officials have recovered the bodies of two sisters from a nullah who had been abducted from Kahna a couple of months ago.
Police claimed that bodies of two sisters were recovered from a nullah two days ago. The slain women were identified as Abida and Sajida who had been kidnapped from Kahna on November 26.
They added that both sisters were married and allegedly slaughtered by the unidentified persons.
The Punjab Inspector General (IG) police took notice of the gruesome incident and sought a detailed report from the Capital City Police Officer (CCPO).
According to police, the two sisters were found murdered after being abducted from Kahna area. Both the sisters were identified as Sajida and Abida. The police officials said that both the sisters were abducted from Kahna on November 26, adding that both the sisters were married. The women were murdered by slitting their throats with a sharp-edged weapon. Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has taken notice of the incident. He ordered the inspector general of police to submit a report regarding the incident. He directed for strict possible action against the two accused arrested over the abduction of the two sisters. The chief minister directed for provision of justice to the victim family at any cost. The accused involved in such incidents deserve the severest punishment, he added.

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