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British member parliament demands PM to intervene in Samia Murder case.

LONDON -- British Member Parliament Naz Shah has written a letter to Prime Minister Imran khan for intervening in British - Pakistani female Samia Shahid murder case. In a written letter to PM Imran Khan, Naz Shah has taken plea that Prime Minister by intervening in the murder case should make sure that state moves the case in the right direction. It is vital to mention here that 28 years old Samia, resident of Bradford had come in Jhelum in her parent's home where she was murdered on July 2016. Family members of the victim claimed that her death was caused by cardiac arrest, however, her second husband Mukhtar Syed Kazim while rejecting the claims of family members lodged a complaint before police that his wife was murdered by in-laws as they were against their marriage. On the other hand, Samia ex-husband Chaudhry Shakeel confessed of murdering Samia by strangling her.

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Publication:The Messenger (Karachi, Pakistan)
Date:Sep 14, 2018
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