Shahnawaz Amir, mother indicted in Sara Inam murder case

A district and sessions court on Monday indicted the main accused Shahnawaz Amir and his mother Samina Shah in the Sara Inam murder case.

The main accused was found guilty of murder in police challan as he confessed to the murder during the investigation.

The court has called the prosecution's witnesses on December 14.

According to the challan, the main accused told the police during the investigation that when Sara Inam did not send him money (sometime before her murder) she had a heated telephonic conversation with him and he divorced her on the phone.

The suspect told the police that after the divorce, Sara Inam reached Islamabad from Abu Dhabi on September 22.

The suspect told the police that she started arguing with him in the bedroom that night and demanded to return the money she had sent to him.

Read Main suspect 'confesses' to killing Sara Inam

On which, according to the police challan, the suspect first hit Sara Inam with a showpiece and injured her. When Sara Inam started making noise, the accused picked up a dumbbell and hit her several times on the head.

According to the challan, on the crime scene, Samina Shah, the mother of the main accused, told the police that her son had a fight with his wife Sara Inam and he killed her by hitting her on the head with a dumbbell.

After the arrest, the main accused confessed that he killed his wife during a fight.

According to the challan, the main accused told the police that, he hid his wife's body in a bathroom tub before it was recovered by the police on his identification.

Shahnawaz Amir was arrested by the Islamabad Police on September 23, on charges of murdering his wife, Sara Inam. She was allegedly murdered at their farmhouse in Islamabad's Chak Shehzad suburb, where the suspect lived along with his mother.

More to follow…

Source link

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button

Adblock Detected

Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker