LHC absolves man of murder charge.

RAWALPINDI -- The Lahore High Court (LHC) Rawalpindi bench on Thursday acquitted a man convicted by the sessions court for killing five including his ex-wife.

LHC division bench comprising Justice Sadaqat Ali Khan and Justice Chaudhry Abdul Aziz acquitted the accused Hanook Masih.

He was accused of killing his ex-wife Alishba, Naila Waseem their husband Mohammad Waseem and his two children Mohammad Kashan and Mohammad Hasan.

According to the details, Waseem was married to Naila. They have two children namely Kashan and Hasan. Alishba was married to Masih, however, she had later fell in love with Waseem. She left her husband to marry Waseem. They were living in Hazro, district Attock.


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