Teens, 15 and 16, who tried to elope ELECTROCUTED by their family after tribal judge ruled they were a ‘symbol of ‘dishonour’

Teens, 15 and 16, who tried to elope ELECTROCUTED by their family after tribal judge ruled they were a ‘symbol of ‘dishonour’

 

HONOUR KILLING

Teens, 15 and 16, who tried to elope ELECTROCUTED by their family after tribal judge ruled they were a ‘symbol of ‘dishonour’ – SUN

Police in the city of Karachi have arrested both the fathers and two of the uncles responsible for carrying out the savage double murder

 

TWO Pakistani teenage lovers who tried to elope were murdered with electric shocks by their own family in a brutal tribal “honour killing”, police said.

The young couple, aged 15 and 17, in the port city of Karachi were said by the Pashtun council of elders, or jirga, to have brought dishonour on the community.

TWO Pakistani teenage lovers who tried to elope were murdered with electric shocks by their own family in a brutal tribal “honour killing”, police said.

The young couple, aged 15 and 17, in the port city of Karachi were said by the Pashtun council of elders, or jirga, to have brought dishonour on the community.

 

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