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Girlfriend’s zinger burger leads to murder of a judge’s son in Karachi

KARACHI: Police announced that the investigation into a disturbing and tragic incident has been completed, wherein a young boy shot his close friend over a zinger burger.

According to police, the victim was identified as 17-year-old Ali Kerio, the son of Javed Kerio, a sessions judge in Karachi District South.

The accused shooter, Daniyal Nazeer Mir Bahar, is the son of Nazir Ahmed Mir Bahar, a retired Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP).

The investigation report reveals that on February 8, Daniyal invited his girlfriend, Shazia, to his residence in Karachi’s Defence Housing Authority (DHA) Phase V. Also present were Daniyal’s friend Ali Kerio and his brother Ahmar Kerio.

According to the report, Daniyal had ordered two zinger burgers for himself and Shazia.

However, Ali allegedly ate half of one burger, which infuriated Daniyal to the extent that he grabbed his security guard’s assault rifle and fired at Ali, who later died from his gunshot wounds on the way to the hospital.

The investigating officer has completed the inquiry and submitted the report to higher authorities, implicating the police officer’s son in the crime. Daniyal, the accused, is currently in jail as legal proceedings continue.

Meanwhile, in an another development, recent reports have revealed a perplexing narrative regarding a Saudi woman who was previously reported missing in Pakistan. She was allegedly found in Karachi, residing with a young Pakistani man. However, the man has since been detained by authorities on suspicion of abduction.

The unfolding saga has captured attention due to the woman’s purported affiliations with the Saudi royal family.

The woman’s journey commenced in the Lower Dir district of KP province, where she intended to visit a local acquaintance, a former colleague from their shared employment in Saudi Arabia. However, their rendezvous took an alarming turn as they vanished from sight, prompting the lodging of an FIR in Islamabad. The document accused Abdul Wahid, a Pakistani national, of orchestrating the abduction.

Tracking the pair’s movements posed a challenge, yet investigators employed mobile phone signal triangulation to chart their whereabouts. The trail led them through various locales, initially in the Larkana district of Sindh before culminating in Karachi, where they were ultimately located, residing in a guest house.

Rukhsar Mehdi, an SP with Pakistan’s Crime Investigation Agency, confirmed that both individuals had been detained in Karachi. Plans were underway to transport them back to Islamabad for further inquiry and legal proceedings.

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