Mandibahaud Din - Crimes

Mandi Bahauddin man killed for

A man was shot dead by his neighbours on Sunday for allegedly forcing their child to smoke in Mandi Bahauddin’s Kot Nawab Shah, according to the police. The man, identified as Ghulam Murtaza, and his neighbours had also fought the day before. “Murtaza was travelling in a rickshaw when the suspects opened fire at him,” a police officer said. He died on the spot. The suspects, however, managed to read more

Mandi Bahauddin men tortured, killed

The families of two Mandi Bahauddin men allegedly killed in a police encounter want the government to give them justice. Zubair and Safeer were tortured and killed by the police, say their family members. They staged a protest on Thursday.According to the police, the men were wanted in several criminal cases. The suspects’ accomplices opened fire at a police team while they were both being transferred to the police read more

Man held in child murder case

Man held in child murder case From Our Correspondent MANDI BAHAUDDIN: Police on Saturday arrested a man in a murder case of a child here. Addressing a press conference here, DPO Raja Basharat Hussain said that the dead body of Raza Arshad was recovered on Oct 4 and during medical examination it was revealed that the child was also sexually assaulted before murder. The DPO said that City police solved read more

15-Year-Old Boy Killed After Being Raped

His name is muzammil hussain (15 years old) he's from Mandi Bhauldin. He was Kidnapped 12 days ago while he was going to school & then killed brutally yesterday, they rapped him for 12 days & cut off his hands,legs & his neck as well. read more

A father allegedly killed his daughter

A father allegedly killed his daughter, 17, and a man, 19, at his house in a village in Mandi Bahauddin, local police said on Monday. Sub Inspector Azhar Abbas said, "The dual murder took place in the Aahdi village within the limits of the Civil Lines Police Station. A man, Almas, and a girl, Shiba, were killed at the house of the girl." Citing initial investigations, Abbas said that read more