A Pakistani national ‘Ismail Akram’ and a Nepali national ‘Shablal Bon’ have been arrested within 48 hours after an Indian expatriate was murdered in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh area and two Pakistani expatriates were murdered in Khaitan area. According to a press statement issued by Ministry of Interior, the suspects, after they were arrested by officers from Farwaniya General Department for Criminal Evidences, confessed to killing the victims.
They have been referred to the concerned authorities for investigations and necessary legal action against them. Cases have been registered against them. The Indian expatriate was murdered on Saturday early morning in Jleeb Al- Shuyoukh area. His corpse was found in a pool of his blood with a knife near his head. After conducting necessary investigations, officers raided the apartment of a Nepali expatriate ‘Shablal Bon’ and found him hiding inside the apartment. After arresting him, he confessed that he stabbed the victim several times during a quarrel between them and ran away, explaining the crime in detail to securitymen.
Regarding the murder case in Khaitan area, 38-year old Pakistani national ‘Ismail Akram’ had confessed, after he was arrested, that he stabbed two compatriots, alleging that the latter used to perform black magic and tricks. The first victim had died on the spot after he was stabbed while the second victim died three hours later at Farwaniya Hospital where he was admitted in critical condition.