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Sindh Police solve brutal murder of Hindu woman in Sanghar

The horrific murder of Dhaya Bheel was reported in Sinjhoro town of Sindh’s Sanghar district on December 28. In the terrifying incident, the culprits chopped off body parts and left the naked body on the scene.

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The Sindh Police solved the brutal murder case of a Hindu woman in the Sanghar district, Sindh. This is a major development as the horrific murder of the Hindu woman, namely Dhaya Bheel, sent shock waves.

According to the details, the police arrested the accused involved in the horrific killing. The accused men are likely to be presented before the media today. Police will also disclose the motive of the murder and other details of the accused allegedly involved in the cold-blooded killing.

The murder of Dhaya Bheel was reported in Sinjhoro town of Sindh’s Sanghar district on December 28 when she had gone missing after going to cut grass for the animals.

The victim was found gang-raped and brutally beheaded. Her head was separated from her body and the flesh ripped from her skull. Her breast was also chopped off. The remains of her body were dumped in a wheat field to rot.

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On December 29, a joint investigation team (JIT) had been formed to probe the chilling murder of Dhaya Bheel. Senior Superintendent Police (SSP) Sanghar expressed suspicions that the murder was committed by a group of men and they seemingly returned to the same village.

PPP leaders also visited the victim’s family and assured speedy justice. PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto, Sindh Chief Minister, and Sindh Minister for Minorities Affairs Giyanchand Essrani also took note of the horrific incident. PPP Senator Krishna Kumari also condemned the incident and visited the victim’s village with police officials.

The manner of her murder sparked strong reactions, especially from India as the woman belonged to the Hindu community of Sanghar in Sindh. Indian Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi asked the Pakistani government to take serious measures to safeguard the minorities in the country.

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