Sindh police arrests another suspect: Mehar triple murder case

The Sindh police, on Friday, arrested another suspect of Murtaza Chandio in triple murder case of Advocate Umme Rubab’s family after a raid in Kashmore. 

The arrest of wanted suspect, Chandio had the prize money of 1 million as per announced by the court considering police's lethargy for not  being able to navigate him. 

The police had arrested the last suspect by Nomeber 2020, yet now has arrested another prime suspect allegedly involved in the murder of three family members of Advocate Chandio.

As per the details shared by police officials,  the Sukkur police conducted a raid near Kashmore and arrested the prime accused Zulfikar Chandio, who had killed father, grandfather, and paternal uncle of Umme Rubab Chandio back in 2018.

On September 17, a bench of the Supreme Court hearing the case had ordered the police to arrest the absconding accused in Mehar triple murder case within a week.

On October 29, Inspector General of Police (IG) Sindh Mushtaq Mehar paid a visit in Mehar and met with the bereaved Chandio family. He had assured the family of the provision of justice and showed displeasure over the non-arrest of the accused.

Moreover, that Umme Rubab’s father Mukhtiar Chandio, grandfather Karamullah Chandio and paternal uncle Kabil Chandio were gunned down on Jan 17, 2018, within the remit of Faridabad police station, Mehar taluka of Dadu district.

Umm-e-Rubab is pursuing the case of her slain family members by herself.

The case was highlighted last year when a video of a barefooted Umm-e-Rubab walking out from the court went viral on social media.

Rubab highlighted that the decision to attend the court proceeding with bare feet was a sign of protest against the justice system, “which is not deemed fair and impartial in many instances,” said Rubab.

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