The body of a young Pakistani killed in China will be brought back to the country after investigations are completed.
The man, 26-year-old Moiz Uddin, was stabbed with a dagger on July 11 when he and his friends were returning from a football match. He had been living in China for six years and had originally gone there to study.
Moiz’s parents have spoken to the Chinese police and his brother will travel to China to bring the body back.
He was expected to return to Pakistan on July 12 to attend a friend’s wedding. Moiz’s family live in North Nazimabad.
The police have arrested the attacker and after medico-legal formalities were completed, the body was sent to the morgue.
According to Khalid Azeem, SAMAA TV’s Islamabad bureau chief, the foreign office says that evidence is being gathered in the case and that the reports will be shared soon.