Friday’s report from Geo Information acknowledged that senior journalist Ayaz Amir’s daughter-in-law had been murdered in Islamabad’s Chak Shahzad neighbourhood.

Shah Nawaz, the son of Ayaz Amir, is accused of killing his spouse Sara at residence, in line with the Islamabad Police spokesperson. She was found useless close to a farm.

Ayaz Amir’s son has reportedly been arrested, in line with a police spokesperson.

Senior law enforcement officials from the Islamabad Police in addition to forensic groups have been on the scene, the police spokesperson reported.

In line with the police spokesman, an investigation into the incident is ongoing, and any info found can be made public.

For a autopsy, the sufferer’s physique has been transported to PIMS Hospital Islamabad.

Talking to the media, Amir stated that nobody ought to should endure such tragedy and that such an incident mustn’t occur to anybody.

The journalist’s response, when questioned about claims that his son was drunk, was as follows: “What else is there to say? It is a authorized situation “.

How did it occur?

Solely three months had handed since Sara and Shah Nawaz’s marriage, in line with sources inside the household. The sources added that Sara labored in Dubai and had simply arrived in Pakistan a day earlier the place she had simply purchased a automotive. They’d met on-line, they stated.

On the farmhouse the place they have been staying with Shah Nawaz’s mom, the couple reportedly bought right into a battle at evening. Sources declare that Sara handed out after being struck by Shah Nawaz with an iron object. He allegedly moved her to a bath after that and turned on the water faucet.

The homicide weapon and different proof have been despatched for evaluation, in line with the sources, who additionally acknowledged that Shah Nawaz’s mom noticed the whole lot occur and referred to as the police. A forensic examination of the crime scene has additionally been accomplished.

An unique view of the farmhouse the place Ayaz Amir’s son murdered Sarah Rathore