Lahore: 27-year-old woman stabbed to death by husband
LAHORE: A 27-year-old woman was stabbed to death, allegedly by her husband, over some domestic issue in Kot Lakhpat Police limits on Tuesday.
The deceased was identified as Samina Bibi, wife of Munir and resident of Baba Fareed Colony. According to details, both Munir and Samina used to quarrel over minor issues. On the day of the incident, both were quarrelling once again and Munir, in a fit of rage, picked up a knife and stabbed Samina to death. Munir managed to escape from the crime scene. Police after being informed reached the spot and removed the dead body to a city morgue for autopsy. Kot Lakhpat Police had not registered any case till the filing of this report.
Meanwhile, three persons, including a woman, received bullets injuries in three different incidents across metropolis. As per details, a 40-year-old woman named Safia Bibi was sleeping on the roof of her house along with her family members when a stray bullet hit her. As a result, she received serious wounds. She was shifted to a nearby hospital where her condition was said to be out of danger.
Meanwhile, Imran Shah, a resident of Main Bazaar Sabzazar, was shot and injured allegedly by two real brothers, namely Rizwan Bhatti and Nanna, and their accomplices. He was shifted to a local hospital where he was said to be out of danger. In another incident, one Ashraf was shot and injured allegedly by Amir and his accomplices in Green Town. He was shifted to a local hospital where his condition too was said to be out of danger.
Separately, Mujahid Police while taking strict action against one-wheeling, impounded 293 motorcycles during the last one week, after keeping a constant check on suspicious, applied-for vehicles and against those having illegal number plates.
According to an official handout, 1,139 cars and motorcycles were checked on suspicion in different divisions of the city. Mujahid Squad SP Athar Waheed ordered the concerned DSPs to inspect crackdown against the wheelies, applied for bikes and cars and against those vehicles having illegal number plates.
Around 98 motorcycles were taken into custody in the City Police Divison, 21 in Sadar, 32 in Iqbal Town, 36 in Model Town, 51 in Cantt and 55 in Civil Lines Division.
Waheed has appealed to the citizens to keep their vehicles’ documents with them while travelling on roads to fulfil legal formalities. He said citizens should cooperate with security personnel as all the security measures were being taken in the best interest of the citizens to avoid any untoward incident in the city.
Separately, valuables worth thousands of rupees were reduced to ashes when a fire broke out in a storeroom of a house located in Bahria Town due to short circuiting on Tuesday. Rescue 1122 reached the spot and extinguished the fire after hectic efforts. No injury was reported in the incident. City Traffic Police’s education and awareness campaign to guide the citizens about road safety and traffic rules and regulations kicked off in the city on Monday.