Sukkur: Arrest orders against men who set dogs on woman
SUKKUR: The police in Salehpat have been ordered to arrest the men who tied a woman to a tree and set dogs on her over karo kari charges.
Nandhni’s husband Sabbir Ali Shambhani, a resident of Deh Duhlwaro, filed a petition through his lawyer Mujeebur Rehman Soomro on Wednesday and it was taken up by the Sindh High Court (SHC) bench.
The judge ordered the Salehpat SHO to make four arrests and bring the men to court on January 3.
Sabbir told the court that on December 24, his father Ghumman Shambhani and step-brothers Ali Madad, Ali Ganj and Ali Hassan raided his house, attacked his wife Nandhni and accused her of being kari with someone in the area. After that his father and step-brothers beat his wife and then tied her to a tree and unleashed dogs on her.
Sabbir stated that his father and step-brothers also took his seven-year-old daughter, Sheherbano, with them as well as gold, a cow, a buffalo and goats.
Soomro also said that Sabbir was worried that his daughter would be married off to an elderly man under the pretext of reconciling some karo kari dispute.
Sabbir claimed that his father and step-brothers also wanted to usurp his land. He owns three acres near Salehpat.
After hearing the petition, the court directed the SHO to bring all four men and the girl before the court on January 3. The petitioner, along with his wife and two young sons, is living in Sukkur with his relatives.