LAHORE: Police on Friday claimed to have solved a blind murder case in Lahore and arrested a man for allegedly killing his friend, ARY NEWS reported.
The Nawan Kot police station in Lahore carried out a raid to arrest the accused after initial probe into the killing found his involvement in the murder.
It was revealed during the probe that he killed his friend for purchasing drugs in Batapur area of the city a month ago and dumped the body at a deserted place.
He later also staged a protest by blocking a road along with others over the killing. The police claimed that it had also recovered the object used in the murder incident.
In another such case, police on July 02 solved a blind murder case of a 14-year-old child in Lahore and claimed to have arrested three people including an uncle of the boy for their involvement in the case.
Divulging details of the case, Superintendent of Police (SP) Investigations Model Town Asad Muzaffar said that a police team led by him probed the case using modern technology and traced the culprits.
“We have apprehended the uncle of the child, Abdul Qayyum, who was also a complainant in the case, along with his two other accomplices, Tayyab and Salman,” he said.
On the day of the incident, the three accused took advantage of their absence and entered the home. They asked the victim’s younger sister, eight-year-old Noor Fatima, to go out to buy some toffees and stabbed the child multiple times with a knife.
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