Interpol arrests murder suspect in Malaysia

Published August 3, 2019
The accused, Nadir Khan, would be handed over to Pakistan’s interior ministry soon. — AFP/File
The accused, Nadir Khan, would be handed over to Pakistan’s interior ministry soon. — AFP/File

CHARSADDA: The International Police (Interpol) apprehended the main accused in the murder case of three brothers in Umerzai area of Charsadda, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on Friday.

The accused, Nadir Khan, would be handed over to the Pakistani interior ministry soon.

It is to be recalled that three brothers were gunned down on May 25 over a land dispute in the hujra of Nadir Khan, a local landlord, in Ali Jan Kalay area.

Mother of the slain bothers, Najmul Huda, had nominated Nadir Khan, Pir Mohammad and Nasir Jamal in the first information report. Two accused were arrested while Nadir Khan had fled the country.

Published in Dawn, August 3rd, 2019

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