- Nooruddin reportedly shot his newly-wed spouse as he believed she was concerned in ‘haram‘, or illegal, relationship with one other man
- Police shifted the physique to an area hospital, saying raids have been underway to seek for and arrest the suspect
- Suspect managed to flee arrest and fled earlier than he could possibly be detained by police
SUKKUR: A person allegedly killed his spouse on the primary evening of their marriage right here within the Tangwani city of Sindh’s Kashmore-Kandhkot district over suspicions of her being in an “illicit relationship”, it emerged on Thursday.
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Nooruddin Tanghwani — the suspect and a resident of Saifal Nidvani village within the Kashmore-Kandhkot district — shot useless Shabbira, his newly-wed spouse, whom he had married Wednesday, the studies indicated.
It was alleged that Tanghwani allegedly murdered Shabbira as a result of he thought she was concerned in a ‘haram‘, or illegal, relationship with one other man. Nonetheless, the suspect managed to flee arrest and fled earlier than he could possibly be apprehended.
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The Jamal police station shifted the physique to the native hospital for related procedures, saying they have been conducting raids to seek for and arrest the suspect.