Two abducted sisters found murdered in Lahore
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Two sisters found murdered after being abducted from Lahore’s Kahna area, reported 24NewsHD TV channel on Wednesday.
The two bodies found from a nullah two days apart. Both the sisters were identified as Sajida and Abida.
According to the police, both the sisters were abducted from Kahna on November 26 and the body of one of them was discovered from a nullah two days ago.
Police said both the sisters were married. The women were murdered by slitting their throats with a sharp-edged weapon.
Meanwhile, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar has taken notice of the incident. He ordered the inspector general of police to submit a report regarding the incident.
He directed for strict possible action against the two accused arrested over the abduction of the two sisters.
The chief minister directed for provision of justice to the victim family at any cost. The accused involved in such incidents deserve the severest punishment, he added.