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Man commits suicide after killing wife, daughter

A man committed suicide after killing his wife and young daughter on suspicion of their character in Badia Rustam (Sector G-12) on the outskirts of Islamabad on Thursday, police said.

Another daughter was shifted to the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) with multiple bullet injuries. However she is stated to be out of danger.

The dead bodies of the woman and her daughter were handed over to relatives after postmortem.

Police said that Aziz-ur-Rehman, 41, son of Khani Zaman, a resident of Bandi Manzoot, Kala Pani, District Abbottabad, was an employee of a private security agency in Lahore. His wife, Shahnaz Bibi, was living in Badia Rustam in Islamabad along with two daughters – 20-year-old Sapna Aziz and 10-year-old Saba Aziz – and a son, Shuaib Aziz. One of his daughters Sumbal, 22, and two sons Asim Aziz and Hashim Aziz were married and settled in Lahore and Karachi.

Police said Aziz-ur-Rehman came to his house on leave on Wednesday. According to police, he observed some suspicious activities in his house and raised objections about them with his wife. Aziz took his gun from a room and sprayed bullets on his wife and two daughters. Later, he committed suicide with the same gun.

Police have taken up the case and stared investigation.

Stolen car recovered: The Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP) found a car near Kashmir Chowk which was stolen four days ago from Sector G-7/2, the ITP said.

On October 26, Syed Sajjad Ahmed parked his car (LOB-3304) in his residence (House no. 4/5-A, Street 48, Sector G-7/2). Leter, it was lifted by someone. The complainant lodged an FIR at the Aabpara Police Station.

On Thursday, Sub-Inspector Sajid Abbas noticed that a suspicious vehicle was parked in the greenbelt near Kashmir Chowk. On checking, it was found out that the vehicle was stolen four days ago from Sector G-7/2. The car was handed over to the Aabpara Police Station.
Source: The News