Woman murdered in Pakistan could also be sufferer of a SERIAL KILLER

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One viewer wrote: "Powerful and impassioned opening comments by Pakistani anchor Kiran Naz who got her daughter on the show to make a point about little Zainab's rape and murder".

"Today I am not Kiran Naz, rather I am a mother today and that is why I am sitting with my daughter", she said, as translated by BBC.

'It is true that a child's corpse is the heaviest. Today, a tiny corpse is lying on the streets of Kasur and the entire Pakistan is crushed under its weight.

Preliminary examination of the minor's body - that was recovered from a garbage dump on Tuesday - had revealed that she'd been raped before she was killed.

Authorities have yet to find a straight lead to identify the suspect, but the police said that there have been 12 similar cases reported in the past two years.

The minor is suspected to have been abducted after she left her house in Road Kot area to visit her maternal aunt's residence located a few minutes away for religious lessons on Jan 4.

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The police took four suspects into custody. Reports say that a video has emerged of her walking hand-in-hand with a stranger and police are verifying the footage.

The people are believed to be infuriated over government inaction in the rape and murder case of the eight-year-old. The city of Kasur has remained paralysed for over 50 hours now. He also condemned the death of two protesters due to police firing on Wednesday.

The murder has sparked outrage across Pakistan. The chief justice ordered the police to submit details of all the cases of child sexual abuse that had taken place in the area, adding that he would also demand a report on the cases from the sessions judge.

In a speech to thousands of mourners, he blamed the Punjab chief minister, Shahbaz Sharif, for failing to "protect lives and honour of innocent girls" in the province. She said that this is a awful record on CM Punjab's governance and nothing short than a resignation of law minister Rana Sanaullah and he himself can do justice to this shameful series of corrupt practices and gruesome murders.

Opposition Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto termed the brutal rape and murder of the girl as "shocking and a slap on the face of Sharifdom (Sharif brothers)".

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