Published On: Tue, Jun 11th, 2019
Published in Category: Accidents / Islamabad

Police failed to pinpoint suspects who behind tragic incident of Farishta

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Islamabad: The Federal Capital police have so far failed to pinpoint the suspects who behind the tragic incident of 10-year-old girl, Farishta murder and rape case despite of its latest and modern technology.

According to detail, the body of a minor girl Farishta was subjected to sexual assault before being murdered, was found from the federal capital’s Shahzad Town area. Her body was thrown in the forest after the horrific crime.

The inner sources stated that Federal Capital police were still clueless about the case despite received the judicial inquiry and forensic reports. However, Islamabad police have arrested number of suspects in this case but failed to trace the real once.

An FIR was registered on May 19 at the Shahzad Town police station almost five days after she disappeared.  Police stated they had identified the 10-year-old as Farishta. Her family, which belongs to Mohmand Agency, said they had tried to file a missing person report to police on May 15 after she had left her home in the evening.

The Islamabad police have so far arrested several suspects in the case of the rape and murder of a 10-year-old in Chak Shahzad and also inquired the record 380 to 450 persons. Telephone record of 800 persons was also inquired under geo-fencing. The police said that 800 calls have been scrutinized and while number of phone numbers found suspicious.

According to the District administration, Additional Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Waseem Ahmed has sent complete report of incident judicial inquiry to Chief Commissioner Islamabad Amir Ali Kurad. He sent copy of this report to PM Office, Interior Ministry and IG Islamabad. DNA tests of twelve suspects were also conducted in this respect.

It was worth mentioned here that Farishta went missing on May 15 at 5:30pm from her house in Chak Shahzad. Her body was found in a nearby forest. One of the issues raised during the investigation was that the SHO of the Shahzad Town police station initially refused to register a case of her disappearance.