Two women among 3 killed for ‘honour’

PESHAWAR, Sept 30: Three people, including two women of a family, were killed in Mathra village, in suspected honour-related case late on Saturday night. Police, however, said they were further investigating the case.

They said that police had found bodies of Ms Shama, her mother Ms Tasleem and a man identified as Afrad Khan. Officials of Mathra police station said that there was no relationship between the women and the man and it seemed to be honour-related killings.

They said that according to preliminary investigation Ms Shama had differences with her husband Nadir Khan and was residing at her mother’s house for last six months. They police said that an FIR had been registered against unknown killers because relatives of the victims didn’t nominate any person in the case.

Meanwhile, police found a body while two other persons were killed in different incidents in Peshawar on Sunday.

Michani police said that they had found body of a young girl in Hasan Garhi area. They said that the body bore several bullet wounds.

In another incident, Mohammad Younas, a resident of Darra Adamkhel, was found dead in suburban Matani area. His relatives told police that Mr Younas went out of his house on Saturday night to buy something from a nearby shop. They said that after sometime villagers told them that he was picked up by unknown masked men.

Meanwhile, one Faridullah was shot dead by unknown killers in Haji Banda area in limits of Sarband police station. Police have registered separate FIRs of the murder cases.

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