Khadija Siddiqi attempted murder case: Culprit Shah Hussain sent on 7 years jail


LAHORE – Khadija Siddiqui attempted murder case has been finalised today. The court has sentenced Shah Hussain to seven years in prison on Saturday after he was found guilty in an attempted murder case lodged by victim Khadija Siddiqi, a 23-year-old law student.

Son of advocate Tanvir Hashmi had stabbed his class fellow, Siddiqi, 23 times on May 3, 2016 before she struggled for her life in a hospital. She had gone to Shimla Pahari to pick up her younger sister from school.

Chief Justice (CJ) of Lahore High Court (LHC) had ordered the magistrate to conclude the case within 30 days after conducting hearings on daily basis. The verdict was reserved on July 27 and delivered today.

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