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Woman reportedly murdered, burned by in-laws in Rawalpindi

Details suggest that Razia, a resident of Chakwal, was married to Tassaddaq Hussain nine years ago. Her father lodged a complaint with the police, accusing her husband and mother-in-law, Nasim Akhtar, of killing his daughter.

In a tragic incident, it is alleged that a woman was murdered and her body burned by her in-laws in the area under the jurisdiction of Chontra police station near Adiala, Rawalpindi, as reported by ARY News.

Details suggest that Razia, a resident of Chakwal, was married to Tassaddaq Hussain nine years ago. Her father lodged a complaint with the police, accusing her husband and mother-in-law, Nasim Akhtar, of killing his daughter.

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The complainant informed the police that there had been ongoing domestic disputes between Razia and the accused. Police officials have conducted a post-mortem examination, and the investigation is currently underway. However, the accused will be apprehended pending the issuance of the post-mortem report.

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The family of the deceased has voiced concerns about the pace of the police investigation, noting that there has been no progress in the case even after three days.

Last month, in a gruesome incident, a woman was allegedly beaten to death by her in-laws in Hussain Town, Muridke.

As per details, Punjab police registered an FIR on the complaint of the victim’s father Maqsood.

He stated that the in-laws took a newborn son from her daughter and beaten her to death. The parents of the victim staged a protest at THQ hospital, demanding justice for her deceased daughter.