The youngest Microsoft certified software engineer from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa(KP) has now been charged with murder charges in the land dispute.
Used to be described as the ‘genius kid’ police have now registered cases against Babar Iqbal at the Qayyumabad’s Cantt Police Station in Dera Ismail Khan. Babar had become the youngest Microsoft-Certified Technology Specialist at the age of 12 in Dubai.
According to SHO Muhammad Saleem, Babar Iqbal’s family was involved in a land dispute over a residential plot. The complaint was filed against him by Muhammad Sajid whose father has been allegedly shot dead at the construction site.
In a dispute, Babar opened fire on the construction leaving Muhammad Sajid’s father and one other person dead. Following the dispute, Babar fled with his mother and sister.
Babar has also received certifications as a Wireless Network Administrator and the Youngest Microsoft Student Partner at the ages of 10 and 11. Former President Asif Ali Zardari also appreciated Babar Iqbal.
On the other hand, crimes are on the rise in the country. Several cities reported a high incidence of crimes in the last few months.
Meanwhile, a video of over 30,000 test takers seeking recruitment in the Islamabad police has sparked concerns about high levels of unemployment in Pakistan.
According to the details by the Islamabad police, the recruitment of constables was aimed to fill the vacancies that fell vacant during the last five years which were 1,667. There were foolproof security arrangements for all the stages of the test.
IG Islamabad Akbar Nasir Khan commended police officers for making excellent arrangements for the recruitment exercise. He also thanked the candidates for showing discipline during their tests. CPO Headquarters, CPO Security, CPO Safe City, CPO Training and Law & Order, and CPO Operations played key roles to arrange the huge exercise.
On the other hand, the video shared by the Islamabad police is going viral on social media and raised concern about the high levels of unemployment within Pakistan.