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Eleventh dead body found in Faisalabad in two weeks

July 11, 2020 08:30 PM


Dead bodies of unknown victims continued to emerge in Faisalabad as eleven dead unidentified bodies including four women have been found in the city in two weeks so far, creating a panic among the citizen.

On Saturday, a burnt dead body of an unknown person was found in a sack in Garden Town area of Millat Town, Faisalabad.

Earlier on July 5, the body of a woman, whose identity could not be ascertained, had been found in Khajooran Wala Bagh area of Millat Town. Four unidentified bodies including a woman had been found last week in the Dajkot Police Station vicinity. On June 28, the body of a woman was found in Nishatabad police station area. A naked body of a woman was also found in the vicinity of Jaranwala Sadar police station. Yesterday, the police had also found a dead body at Jaranwala road.

The police have shifted all the bodies for the post mortem to the hospital but the investigations could not find any clue of these murders or identity of the murdered so far.

SSP Operations Syed Ali Raza said efforts were on to identify the bodies and reach their families.

The citizens have urged the police to catch the murderers swiftly and ensure the safety of the lives and the property of the people.



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