Afghan Kid Found Murdered In Karachi After Being Raped

A five-year-old Afghan boy was raped and murdered in Karachi on Monday and was found in Gulshan-e-Maymar. The parents report that the boy had no enemies.

Police reported that an Afghan child who had been missing since Sunday was killed and sexually raped in Gulshan-i-Maymar on Monday.

The event caused the city police chief to direct a DIG-West-led inquiry team to make sure the “brutal” murderers were apprehended within a few days.

The five-year-old boy’s wrapped body was reportedly discovered in a steep region along the Northern Bypass close to Afghan Basti, according to the police.

Gulshan-e-Maymar SHO the victim was transported to the Abbasi Shaheed Hospital (ASH) for a post-mortem assessment, according to Bashir Wadho.

The youngster, according to the authorities, vanished from Afghan Basti on Sunday around midday, but his family made no complaint.

The parents of the deceased told the press that he held no hatred against anyone.

Following the examination of the victim, Police Surgeon Summaiya Syed stated that the physical evidence pointed to a violent sexual assault on the youngster.

The police surgeon said that a plastic bag was covering the face. He was murdered by strangulation with nylon wire-tied hands across his back.

According to the local SHO, an FIR was filed based on the Afghan father of the child’s accusation under Section 302 (attempted murder) of the Criminal Code of Pakistan.

After learning of the occurrence, Karachi police chief Javed Odho assembled a team to conduct an inquiry and gave them 3 days to produce a report on their findings.

The head of the police department commanded that the police should use all existing funds to assure the apprehension of the horrible killers.

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