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Saudabad murder case: They raped, filmed and blackmailed me while my sister supported them

KARACHI: The Saudabad murder case took a chilling turn as the murdered victim’s sister, Alveena, appeared on media to confess that she and her fiance killed the 18-year-old Alina. According to her, she killed Alina because she would abet two men who would rape, film and blackmail her. “I met them thrice at our house...

SAMAA | - Posted: Dec 10, 2017 | Last Updated: 4 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Dec 10, 2017 | Last Updated: 4 years ago

KARACHI: The Saudabad murder case took a chilling turn as the murdered victim's sister, Alveena, appeared on media to confess that she and her fiance killed the 18-year-old Alina. According to her, she killed Alina because she would abet two men who would rape, film and blackmail her.

"I met them thrice at our house and they made love to me, sexually assaulting me in every way possible," she said. "They did the same with my sister but with her consent. With me, they did it by force."

On December 5, Alina had been killed in her house in Saudabad. Two suspects committed the crime and took away cash and gold from the house. According to the police, Alveena killed her 18-year-old sister with the help of her fiance, Mazhar. She let him inside the house through the back door and killed Alina by slitting her throat. Then, in an attempt to make the incident look like a robbery, she made Mazhar run away with the cash and gold.

On Sunday, Korangi SSP Nauman Siddiqi revealed during a press conference that Alina had actually been killed by her sister, Alveena. According to him, the police were suspicious of Alveena since day one. He said that Rs80,000 and six mobile phones were recovered from the possession of Alveena and Mazhar, both of whom were now in police custody. After his press briefing, he allowed Alveena, Mazhar and Ahsan, who is one of the men Alveena says blackmailed her, to address the media.

Speaking to the media, Alveena shared how two men, Ahsan and Abbas, would blackmail her while her murdered sister would assist them. According to her, the two men are brothers and were their neighbors when they lived in Shadman before shifting to Saudabad.

Alveena said that the men raped and filmed her and then blackmailed her. "Ahsan made an inappropriate video of me," she said. "Alina had it and I had asked her to delete it. I told my fiance about everything and he also tried to convince Alina to delete the videos but to no avail. She would blackmail me in connivance with Ahsan and Abbas. I even begged her but she didn't listen. I killed her for not stopping with the blackmailing. I decided to take away the cash and phone so that murder suspicion doesn't arise."

According to Alveena, Alina wanted her to befriend Abbas and the blackmailing had been going on for months. "They used to say that they have inappropriate videos and pictures of me. Every other day, they would blackmail me over the pictures and call me for further meetings."

Alveena said that each time she asked Alina to delete the videos, she would tell Ahsan and Abbas. "They used to say that to get the material deleted, I would have to meet them," she said. "Upon meeting, they would subject me to sexual assault in the presence of my sister and would take more pictures and videos. My sister would assist them."

One day, Alveena said, I again asked them to delete the videos. "They asked me to come to Aga Khan University Hospital," she said. "I even begged Ahsan, Abbas and Alina at their feet but they continued with the blackmail."

When asked how they got in touch with Ahsan and Abbas, Alveena said that they were her neighbors when the family lived in Shadman before shifting to Saudabad. "Before getting involved with them, Alina used to speak to another man on the phone," she said. "I used to consider Ahsan and Abbas my brothers and asked them to convince Alina to stop talking to that man. When I used to stop her, she used to fight with me."

She said that she first thought of committing suicide but couldn't muster the courage. "I was tired of the blackmailing and had become a mental patient," she said. "When I used to tell our parents, they would beat me up and my sister would tell Ahsan, after which he would threaten me. He used to say that no one can hold me accountable as I have contacts in the police and SIU. I would again get silenced and suffer the blackmailing. What else could I do?"

According to her, Ahsan and Abbas would tell her that they would show her videos to her fiance, which would make him call off the engagement. "They further said they'll show the videos to my father and he would throw me out of the house," she said.

Fiance breaks into tears

Addressing the media after Alveena, Mazhar broke into tears. All he could say was that Alveena was tortured and that Ahsan and Abbas had her inappropriate videos and pictures. "We were under pressure and were scared," he said.

Ahsan blames Alveena

Meanwhile, Ahsan pinned all the blame on Alveena. Speaking to the media after Mazhar, he said that Alveena was pursuing him and used to meet him out of her own will. "When I refused to meet her, she would threaten me that she'd kill herself and I'd be blamed for her death. If you check her arms, you'd find marks of cuts that she used to inflict on herself just to meet me."
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