Wed. Apr 24th, 2019

Didar Rape and Murder Case: Senior SSP to head JIT, Police add ATA section in FIR

GHIZER: The Gilgit-Baltistan home department has formed a joint investigation team (JIT) to probe the sexual assault and murder of the 14-year-old student Didar Hussain in Tashnalut village of Ishkoman.

Didar Hussain, 14, Student of 7th Class

The JIT has been constituted on the request of SSP Ghizer Sultan Faisal.

The JIT would be headed by SSP Ishaque Hussain and would include DSP Hanan, Inspector Rehmat Baig, Inspector Sadat Ali and two other officials of intelligence agencies.

On the direction of SSP Ghizer, Police on Wednesday incorporated sections 6/7 of the Anti-Terrorism Act in the First Information Report (FIR) filed against the perpetrators. The case was previously registered under clauses 302, 377 and 34 of Pakistan Penal Code.
A source in Police Department, on condition of anonymity, informed Pamir Times that the arrested perpetrators will be shifted soon to the Investigation Wing of Police in Gilgit for proper investigation. Police will present the arrested persons in Anti-terrorism Court on Thursday in order to get 20 days remand, the source said.

Meanwhile Ajayib Khan, the father of deceased Didar Hussain, has demanded from the authorities to arrest the real culprits and give them exemplary punishment.

In an application to the SHO Immit Police Station, he has requested to also nominate Farooq son of Chalu Khan and Abdul Manan son of Sabeel from Tashnalut village in the FIR.

The victim’s family has also expressed the fear of consequences for pursuing the murder case of their beloved son. It has been reported that the nominated family family has previously murdered six other people.

Father and the family of the slain student Didar Hussain demanded from the authorities to arrest the real culprits and give them exemplary punishment.

Family members of the slain student Didar Hussain have demanded that the authorities arrest the "real culprits" and give them exemplary punishment. Expressing lack of confidence on the current police investigation, the grieved family fears consequences for pursuing the rape and murder case of their beloved son.Report: Abdul Rahman Bukhari and Munawar Hussain Nagri

Geplaatst door PAMIR TIMES op Woensdag 13 februari 2019

Police have already arrested eight suspects and four of them have confessed the crime. Those include Aziz son of Chalo Khan, Muhammad Umer son of Chalo Khan, Noor Azam son of Abdul Hanan and Noor Muhammad son of Abdul Manan. Police have also recovered mobile and charger of the deceased from one of these culprits.

                                                                                                    The Arrested Culprits

The other arrested persons include Gohar Aman, Noor Azam, Sher Islam and Abdul Latif.

The 14-year old student Didar Hussain was kidnapped, raped, strangled and drowned in the Qurumbar river last week. The autopsy report had also confirmed that Didar was strangled to death after sexual abuse.

The body of Didar Hussain, who had been missing for three days, was recovered on Thursday 7th February from a ravine His family and other villagers had staged protest in front of the Immit Police station in Ishkoman. The protesters had placed the deceased’s body in front of the police station and demanded arrest of the culprits.On assurance of the district administration, Didar was buried on the evening of Thursday 7th February in his native village Tashnaut.

The family of the 14-year-old student of 7th class, who were allegedly killed after committing sodomy, staged a protest in front of the Immit Police station in Ishkoman

The family of the 14-year-old student of 7th class, who was allegedly killed after being subjected to sodomy, staged a protest in front of the Immit Police station in Ishkoman. The protesters placed the deceased’s body in front of the police station and demanded the arrest of the culprits. The body of the boy Didar Hussain of Tashnalot village, who had been missing for the last three days, was recovered yesterday from a ravine. Police took the body into custody and shifted to hospital for autopsy. Police told the media reporters that four suspects had been arrested and further investigations were underway.

Geplaatst door PAMIR TIMES op Donderdag 7 februari 2019

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