Lahore: As the culprits of gang-rape of a woman on motorway near Gujjarpura are still at large, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar announced Rs2.5 million reward for those who help law-enforcement agencies apprehend the culprits on Saturday.
His Justice Minister Raja Basharat Ali in Punjab, Fayyaz-ul-Hassan Chohan, Punjab Information Minister, and Punjab Police Inspector Inam Ghani said at a press conference in Lahore on Saturday that law enforcement agency has tracked down the perpetrator after the gang rape in 72 hour took place.
He promised the culprit would soon fall behind.
The Chief Minister continued that he also contacted the victim and assured her of justice, adding that the police have also contacted the victim and that the suspect will be punished in accordance with the law.
Punjab Police Inspector General Inam Ghani spoke about the accusation and said scientific evidence confirmed last night that the prime suspect in the case was Abid Ali, who was from the Bhawanagar area. Inhabitants of Fort Abbas.
He said the police initially only received information that the DNA samples collected at the crime scene matched the samples in the government’s petty crime records.
IGP stated that our team is working hard to obtain information. Now, the police have full details of the two suspects in the case, adding that a special investigation team has been formed, consisting of CTD, special unit personnel and unit personnel. Forms of violence against women.
“We are utilising all our resources and taking assistance from other intelligence agencies as well and the accused will soon be detained,” he assured.
Inam Ghani said law enforcement agencies were ready to raid and arrest them in the afternoon, but they were not there when they arrived on the scene. IGP said: “Police were able to locate the suspect’s home in Qila Sattar Shah in Sheikhupura district.”
The IGP said, “Police were able to locate Ali s house and also found his daughter there, adding that his nikahnama and other documents were also seized.”
Earlier today, when a major breakthrough was made in a highway rape case, police had identified two criminals suspected of terrorist offenses. After the samples from the 2013 crime database matched his DNA, the prime suspect was identified as Abid Ali Malhi. The second suspect was identified as Waqar ul Hasan Shah and has been involved in various criminal activities in Punjab in recent years.
According to the details, the DNA of suspect Abid Malhi (a resident of Abbsburg) matched the samples obtained from the victim’s clothing. The Counterterrorism Department (CTD) is raiding to arrest criminals. However, rapists are still at large.
A photo has also been released of Abid Malhi van Absburg, the main perpetrator of the heinous crime on Wednesday evening. Dunya News has obtained the criminal record from Abid Ali, who has been dealing with another rape case in the crime database since 2013.
Earlier, in Pakistan, there were shouts of shock and anger over a woman being raped by two ‘robbers’ on a highway near Gujjarpura, a woman before her child, leading to social media users He TV experts called for the suspects to be hanged .
The woman was travelling from Lahore to Gujranwala on Tuesday night when her car developed a fault on the motorway. She got a call from a relative … who asked her to call the police helpline for help while he also left from home to reach her. “When he reached the location, he found the woman terrified with her clothes stained with blood.”
To quote the police, two armed men found a woman alone on the road, took her and her child to a nearby field, and raped her at gunpoint.