Two missing children found ‘murdered’ in Karachi
The tragic story of the two children – whose bodies were found in a car at Nusrat Bhutto Colony in Karachi – had took another turn as the death certificate issued after post-mortem revealed that they were hit by some heavy item on their heads.
According to 24NewsHD TV channel, the certificate mentions that there are marks of severe injuries on their heads. It also says the head injuries resulted in bleeding. However, there is no evidence of sexual assault.
The officials at Abbasi Shaheed Hospital handed over the bodies to their families after collecting the samples for chemical examination.
Earlier, their bodies were found in an old car parked near New Nazimabad three days after the three to four years old children went missing.
The bodies were recovered after the locals informed the police as foul smell started spreading from the vehicle.
The uncle of Zubair – one of the dead children – said both had gone missing on May 10 and they filed a report with the police the next day.
It was earlier thought that they might have entered the car while playing and couldn’t get out of it, but the medical examination revealed the real cause of the death is injuries to the heads.