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Newly married couple murdered in Karachi on orders of jirga

KARACHI: Fear still looms large in the area where a young Karachi couple was murdered on the orders of a jirga.  According to our correspondent, the area is still stricken with fear after a married couple was murdered on the orders of a jirga. Residents of the area are still fearful and refuse to talk...

SAMAA | - Posted: Nov 27, 2017 | Last Updated: 3 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Nov 27, 2017 | Last Updated: 3 years ago

KARACHI: Fear still looms large in the area where a young Karachi couple was murdered on the orders of a jirga. 

According to our correspondent, the area is still stricken with fear after a married couple was murdered on the orders of a jirga.

Residents of the area are still fearful and refuse to talk about the incident to media personnel.

The deceased Hadi had married before as well and was father to three children.

According to police the murder of the newly wed couple was carried out in the city's Mominabad area. Nine people were detained by police on suspicion of being involved in the killing of the couple.

Media reports stated that the couple had married without the permission of their families. In order to cover up the murder, bodies of both husband and wife were buried in Ittehad Town.

Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah sought a report from Inspector General Police AD Khawaja concerning the couple's murder.

Bodies of the two deceased were sent to a hospital for post-mortem in order to find out how they were murdered.
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