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February 22, 2012

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Underage marriage case
Girl’s father, three others sent to jail
By our correspondent
GUJRANWALA: Magistrate Yasir Hayat sent the father of a 12-year-old girl, who was forcibly married to a 45-year-old man, and three others to jail on Tuesday. Earlier, the police produced the girl’s father Arshad, former husband Saleem and witnesses Siddique and Latif in court. However, the Nikkahkhawan is still absconding. Arshad had married off his daughter Kiran Shahzadi to Saleem on the promise of getting a house, in which he was living on rent, transferred in his name.
Three criminals arrested
By our correspondent
HYDERABAD: The Husri police on Tuesday arrested three most wanted criminals involved in a number of heinous crimes and seized weapons. The police said they raided a place on a tip-off and arrested the three criminals who were involved in murders, attempts to murder and looting and seized weapons from their possession. The criminals were identified as Vangus, son of Gabar Turt, Nazeer, son of Ali Nawaz, and Bilawal, son of Gabar Turt. All of them were residents of Shikarpur, Sindh.

Musharraf’s aide Fawad may join PPP
By Faizan Bangash
LAHORE: Former spokesman of All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) and close confidant of Pervez Musharraf Barrister Fawad Chaudhry is likely to join the PPP in a few days. Sources have stated that negotiations are underway between the PPP and Fawad, following the efforts by some senior lawyers who are said to have lobbied for Fawad in the PPP. Insiders in the PPP have revealed that Barrister Fawad, who remained a vocal supporter of Musharraf, is expected to announce joining PPP soon after parting ways with the former president.

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