Pakistan court indicts prime suspect in Zainab’s rape, murder case
An anti-terrorism court in Pakistan on Monday (12) indicted the prime accused in the brutal rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl in Punjab province, an incident that sparked a nation-wide outrage. Zainab Ansari went missing while going for tuition near her aunt’s house in Kasur city, some 50 kilometres from Lahore, on January 5. Her body was found in a garbage heap, five days after her kidnapping. During the hearing, judge Sajjad Ahmad indicted prime suspect Imran Ali Naqshbandi in the murder case, Geo News reported. Imran was arrested on January 23. His trial is being held on a…
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