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Missing woman found dead in Bajaur

BAJAUR: The police on Saturday recovered the body of a missing woman from a field in Ghani Ada Alizai area here and arrested her three brothers for their alleged involvement in her murder.

A statement issued from the office of district police officer said the married woman had been missing since April 6.

On Friday, the victim`s husband, Noor Khan had got registered an FIR with the Khar police station, alleging his wife had been forcibly kept by his inlaws at their home for last sev-eral weeks, who were not allowing her to go to her home.

The statement said district police officer Nazeer Khan had formed an investigation team to visit the home of the complainant`s in-laws to resolve the matter peacefully. However, when the police reached their home, they declared that the woman didn`t come to their home at all.

The statement said the police initiated an investigation using scientific means and found the body of the missing woman from a field near the home of her parents in Ghani Ada Alizai area.The statement said three brothers of the victim had been arrested for their alleged involvement in her killing.

It said the body was later handed over to her husband for burial after completing medicolegal formalities at the District Headquarters Hospital, Khar.

Separately, the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf workers on Friday held a gathering to celebrate the release of party chairman Imran Khan from the custody of the National Accountability Bureau on the orders of the superior judiciary.Scores of party activists participated in the gathering held in Utmankhel Gardi area.

The jubilant activists called the courts` decision another victory for the PTI chairman and against the `imported government`.

The participants, who chanted slogans in support of Imran Khan and against the federal government, noted that the Islamabad High Court`s decision of giving two-week-long relief to Imran Khan in the socalled Al-Qadir trust case had showed that there was no truth in the case. Correspondent