LAKKI MARWAT: Police here on Saturday claimed to have solved the murder case of two women who had been killed and their bodies buried in a hole near Nar Yar Mohammad Sulemankhel village of Naurang town.

“A party of local police had dug out decomposed bodies of the women from the fields with the help of villagers three days ago,” said investigation officer Ghulam Mohammad Khan.

He said the women had been killed with a firearm three or four days before recovery their bodies.

“The investigators collected information from the area people with the help of which the deceased women were identified as Naram Jana and her daughter Khursheeda and subsequently the police approached their male relatives,” he claimed.

He said Khursheeda had been married to one Mohammad Jan, a resident of Shakh Quli Khan area of Lakki Marwat. Mr Ghulam said the police had booked Mohammad Jan and his two alleged accomplices Sahib Jan and Zahid Khan in the case.

Meanwhile, a motorcyclist was killed in a road accident near Darra Pezu town on Saturday. Police said Gul Matiullah died instantly when another bike hit his motorcycle.

Published in Dawn, November 28th, 2021

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