ISLAMABAD: Islamabad Police has just informed through their official Facebook page that the suspect M. Nisar is arrested in Farishta Murder case.
They have posted
Murderer of Farishta Murder case arrested: IGP ISLAMABAD Police
Sir its breaking news that IGP Muhammad Aamir Zulfiqar Khan constituted 02 special teams under supervision of DIG Ops.
These 02 teams, one led by SP Syed Mustafa Tanveer worked on technical issues while other team led by SP MK Naeem Iqbal took care of investigations.
These 02 teams comprising of over 110 police officers worked day and night. Finally, in a totally blind murder case, real culprit M. Nisar son of Kala Khan aged 49 years resident of Alipur was arrested and sent to judicial lock-up for an identification parade.
After identification parade, physical remand for completion of investigations shall be obtained on Monday.
The accused has previously twice given challan in child abuse cases. However, after reaching compromises, he has been securing bails. There are numerous people who didn’t report similar cases.
Today DIG sb Ops Syed Waqar Uddin held a press conference as well and shared all these details with media people. Hats off to ICT Police.
Farishta Murder Case
Father of Farishta, Gul Nabi had said, she went missing on May 15. They approached police fearing she was abducted. The police had refused to register an FIR.
He also said the Police registered FIR only on 19 May. The police did not carry out proper search even after that.
The body of Farishta was found by the locals in a forest, who then informed the police.
Initial reports suggested the 10-year-old minor girl has marks of torture on her body. Some parts of her body were found eaten by animals.
Farishta belonged to Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. She was allegedly raped and her body thrown in the forest.
Prime Minister Imran Khan took immediate notice of the Farishta Murder Case. The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General Major General Asif Ghafoor also offered Pakistan Army’s assistance in the investigation of the case.