THATTA Aug 15,2021 – The suspect accused of rape with dead body of girl killed in police encounter on Sunday. The accused was arrested on Saturday.
Thatta police has sent a report to Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah about the sad incident of rape with dead body of girl in Ghulamullah.
The report said, on 14-08-2021 at 10 am police received information that dead body of a girl, about 14 years of age, was lying in crops near a graveyard in area of Ghulamulah.
Upon receiving such information police immediately reached on the spot and gathered the details.
It was revealed that a girl namely Amna d/o Raman Chandio r/o Gulamullah expired on August 12. The dead body of girl was buried by her parents on August at 1100 hours in graveyard near Ghulamullah town.
On August, the same dead body was found in sugar cane crops near the graveyard.
The dead body of girl was shifted to hospital for medical examination. WMO disclosed that rape had been committed with the dead body. The body was buried again after the examination.
It was an inhuman and terrible incident and creating severe unrest among public.
Within a few hours the accused was traced and identified by statement of the grave digger and finding finger a ring of the accused at place of the offence.
Thus, FIR No 86/2021 was registered at PS Sakro against the nominated accused Rafique Chandio on the complaint of father of the victim.
On August 15, at 0130 hours, the culprit was killed in police encounter in jurisdiction of PS Gharo. Such FIR No 137/2021 has been registered.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah has termed crimes against women, children, minorities and drugs as intolerable, said spokesman of CM House.Police took action regarding sad incident with 14-year-old girl’s body in 12 hours. And the accused was killed in the police action.
On August 13 (two days back), the chief minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, while presiding over a meeting on law and order has categorically told the provincial police that he would not tolerate crime against women, children, minorities and cases of kidnapping for ransom and drug trafficking.