Man Gets Death For Killing Wife
Additional District and Sessions Judge Muhammad Waseem on Saturday awarded capital punishment to Muhammad Aslam for killing his wife besides imposing Rs 100,000 fine on him.
In case of non-payment of the fine, he would have to face six months jail term.
According to a police report, Aslam married to Jannat Bibi on March 18, 2005, but they did their relationship got worse with the passage of time. Aslam did not allow her wife to meet her family and used to torture her brutally. On August 17, 2005 Aslam brutally killed her wife with a sickle.
On Saturday, Aslam was given capital punishment after it was proved that he had murdered his wife.
Eight children given to mothers: Acting District and Sessions Judge Mehar Muhammad Yousif on Saturday handed over eight children to the mothers after getting them recovered from the illegal custody of the fathers.
Mehwish, a resident of Ichrra, had filed a habeas corpus petition in District and Sessions Court alleging that her husband Muhammad Shakeel had detained her four children including Saffi Ullah, Mahreen, Muhammad Hassan and Atique. She prayed before the court for the recovery of the children.
On her plea, the court served a notice on Shakeel. Responding to the court’s notice, Shakeel produced the children before the court where they were handed over to mother.
Meanwhile, the said court, dealing with another habeas corpus petition, deputed Tajaml Shah as bailiff. Asma, a resident of Cantt, had filed a habeas corpus petition in the court alleging that her husband Shabbir tortured and kicked her out of his house. She said her husband also snatched her two children including Faizan and Sufyan.
The bailiff raided the house of Shabbir and found children there. The bailiff produced the children before the court. Later, they were handed over to mother.
The same court, dealing yet with another petition of the same nature, issued a notice to Ghullam Hussain, a resident of Sherakot, directed him to produce the child namely Murtaza before the court. Rehana, a resident of Begumkot had contended in her petition that her husband had kept her one and a half years old son forcibly.
Responding to the court’s notice, Ghullam Hussain produced the minor before the court where he was handed over to mother. The District and Sessions Court has also handed over a 50-day old minor Ayyan to mother Ruqayya after getting him recovered from his father Muhammad Usman’s custody through bailiff.