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Muslim victims of truck attack given farewell with coffins draped in Canadian flags | Muhsen Digital News

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The hour-long ceremony started after the four coffins draped in Canadian flags rolled into the compound of the Islamic Centre of Southwest Ontario, and ended with prayers and condolences offered by religious and community leaders.

The four victims, spanning three generations, were killed when Nathaniel Veltman, 20, ran into them while they were out for an evening walk near their home in London, Ontario. A fifth family member, a 9-year-old boy, is recovering from his injuries in the hospital.

Police have said the attack was premeditated and allege the family was targeted because of their Islamic faith.

The funeral procession later proceeded for a private burial.

“And the very fact their coffins are draped in the beautiful Canadian flag is an apt testimony of the fact that the entire Canadian nation stands with them,” Raza Bashir Tarar High Commissioner for Pakistan to Canada told the gathering.

The family moved to Canada from Pakistan some 14 years ago.

The attack sparked outrage across Canada, with politicians from all sides condemning the crime, spurring growing calls to take action to curb hate crime and Islamophobia. The city of London, 200 km (120 miles) southwest of Toronto, has seen an outpouring of support in the aftermath of the attack. read more

That has given some hope to the grieving community to look beyond the tragedy.

Read more: Trudeau calls killing of Muslim family ‘terrorist attack’

“Irrespective of colour and creed, the expressions of raw emotion, the prayers, the quiet tears, the messages of comfort from people we know and from people that are complete strangers, it has been the first step towards finding a way to heal,” Ali Islam, maternal uncle of Madiha Salman, one of the victims, told the gathering.

Veltman, who returns to court on Monday, faces four charges of first-degree murder and one of attempted murder.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called the killings a “terrorist attack” and vowed to clamp down on far-right groups and online hate.

“I think we’re emotionally exhausted,” Imam Aarij Anwer told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp before the ceremony. “We’re looking forward to having some closure on Saturday.”

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Murder suspect arrested during police, Rangers raid in Karachi | Muhsen Digital News

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KARACHI: A murder suspect has been arrested during a joint raid of police and Rangers in Qasba Colony of Karachi, ARY News reported on Saturday.

The Rangers spokesperson said in a statement that a person had been murdered by firing resorted to by two armed men on a motorcycle near a hotel in Gulshan-e-Ghazi last year.

The family of the deceased man named Abid had appealed to Rangers to arrest the assailants involved in the murder incident. The spokesperson added that the raid was conducted on a tip-off to arrest the murder suspect Hassan Ali.

The suspect told the investigators that he and his brother-in-law Saeed Anwar had planned to murder his cousin, Abid. Later, they mistakenly murdered another man looks like their cousin.

Read: Policeman among two shot dead in Sukkur

In another incident today, a policeman was martyred during an encounter with dacoits in District Malir of Karachi.

According to details, a policeman identified as Shabbir Ahmed was martyred on the spot in firing with dacoits near Jamali Bridge in Karachi.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Karachi East district told the media that the police team reached near Jamali Bridge located on Super Highway after they received reports of the robbery incidents.

“The dacoits opened fire on a police team which reached Jamali Bridge,” he said, adding that as a result of an encounter with dacoits the cop embraced martyrdom.

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Karachi woman ‘slaughters’ husband with freind’s assistance | Muhsen Digital News

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KARACHI: A woman has on Saturday allegedly killed her husband, as it divulged, with the help of her declared male friend in the Korangi district of the port city, ARY News reported.

After recovery of the blood-ridden, rope-tied and blanket-shrouded body of her husband, whose throat was slit, from under her bed, following house help’s statement to the police, the suspect wife told police that her male friend murdered him.

The murder took place at around 11 am in the morning on Saturday where the woman, with her friend, killed the husband while their three minor kids witnessed the ghastly event.

 

My friend Soni killed him, the wife told the police. “He told me to hide the body at your place somewhere for now and later I would dispose of it,” she admitted in her police statement.

The police said they were informed of the incident on the phone call by the neighbor who suspected something suspicious going on in the house.

READ ALSO: Lahore man allegedly molests 9-year-old boy, still at large

Separately today in Lahore, a nine-year-old boy has on Saturday allegedly fallen victim to sexual abuse in the Baghbanpur area of Punjab’s capital, police confirmed the case.

An FIR has been registered in the case, on the complaint of the minor boy’s father, against a 22-year-old neighbor, namely Abdullah, who allegedly molested the kid.

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Faisalabad: House owner gets interim bail in maid torture case | Muhsen Digital News

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FAISALABAD: The house owner Madiha has gotten the interim bail from a local court in Faisalabad in underage maid torture case after submission of Rs100,000 surety bond, ARY News reported on Saturday.

Police told the media that the additional sessions’ judge Zafar Iqbal approved the bail plea of the accused woman till June 17. It was learnt that the accused lady was a teacher at a private school in Faisalabad’s Eden Valley.

The underage maid, Erum, had been employed for performing different tasks at her residence and school against the salary of Rs8,000, added police.

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Earlier on Friday, it emerged that an underage maid had been subjected to brutal torture by the house owner as her body parts were burnt off by the woman using hot iron, knife and bread tong in Faisalabad.

The 11-year-old maid named Erum had told her horrible experiences to the police officials which regarding the brutal torture she faced by the house owner, Madiha.

Police had said that Erum is a resident of Sahiwal who used to work as a housemaid at the residence of Madiha in Faisalabad’s Eden Valley. A case has been registered over the complaint of the Child Protection and Welfare Bureau (CPWB) officer at Madina Town police station under four sections including the children act.

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The housemaid had said that Madiha used a hot iron to burn off her body parts after she wrongly pressed the clothes. She added that her parents were not aware of her situation of being tortured.

The CPWB officer had confirmed that they found burn marks on Erum’s body. The officer said that hot iron, knife and bread tong were used to burn off the body. Moreover, the house owner kept Erum in captivity and cut her hairs to humiliate her.

The medical examination of the underage girl was carried out and she will be taken to the court tomorrow, the officer said.

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Rain-related incidents claim five lives in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa | Muhsen Digital News

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PESHAWAR: At least five people were killed and six others injured during the recent rain-related incidents in different parts of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province, ARY News reported on Saturday.

According to a report compiled by the Provincial Disaster Management Authority (PDMA), eight houses were completely destroyed due to heavy rains and thunderstorms. PDMA is in liaison with district administrations to provide relief package to the affected people.

The PDMA has directed its officials to expedite rescue activities aimed at facilitating the people in the rain-hit districts.

Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Thursday had predicted rainfall with wind and thunderstorms in eastern and central parts of the country from June 12.

Met Office had said that moist currents from the Arabian Sea are likely to penetrate in eastern parts of Pakistan from Friday evening/night.

Under the influence of this weather system rain-wind/thunderstorm is expected in Kashmir, Gilgit-Baltistan region, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Murree, Attock, Chakwal, Jhelum, Gujranwala, Gujrat, Hafizabad, Mandi Bahauddin, Narowal, Sialkot, Lahore, Kasur, Mansehra, Abbottabad, Haripur, Nowshera, Peshawar, Kohat, Bannu, Dera Ismail Khan, Mardan, Buner, Dir, Shangla and Kohistan from Friday to Monday.

Separately today, the Met Office has said in a report that the monsoon season is expected to begin in Pakistan during last week of June this year.

Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) in its seasonal outlook of monsoon said that the expected date of the onset of monsoon would likely be 27-30 June.

Monsoon rainfall is expected to remain near to normal during July to September 2021 in Pakistan. The upper half of Punjab, northern Balochistan and Kashmir are likely to receive moderately above normal rainfall during the wet season.

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Policeman among two shot dead in Sukkur | Muhsen Digital News

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SUKKUR: Two persons including a policeman were gunned down by unidentified men in Sukkur’s Bachal Shah Miani on Saturday, ARY News reported.

Police said that unidentified armed men on a motorcycle opened fire in Sukkur’s Bachal Shah Miani, leaving a policeman and one other dead on the spot.

Police added that the incident was apparently a personal enmity case, however, an investigation is underway to ascertain the facts.

Earlier in the day, a policeman was martyred during an encounter with dacoits in District Malir of Karachi.

According to details, a policeman identified as Shabbir Ahmed was martyred on the spot in firing with dacoits near Jamali Bridge in Karachi.

Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Karachi East district told the media that the police team reached near Jamali Bridge located on Super Highway after they received reports of the robbery incidents.

“The dacoits opened fire on a police team which reached Jamali Bridge,” he said, adding that as a result of an encounter with dacoits the cop embraced martyrdom.

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FIA extends deadline for job applications | Muhsen Digital News

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ISLAMABAD: Federal Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed Saturday took notice of public complaints regarding the FIA job portal issue and extended the last date for submission of applications for various posts of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).

The interior minister issued orders on public complaints of link down and hang of FIA job portal due to abnormal load on web portal https://jobs.fia.gov.pk.

The minister announced that said that the federal investigation agency has extended the last date till June 21 in the public interest. The deadline for grades 1 to 15 had been extended from June 14 to June 21, he added.

Read More: PM Imran Khan gives go-ahead to fill 1,000 vacant posts in FIA 

So far, more than 800,000 applications had been received for 1143 FIA posts, he concluded.

It is pertinent to mention here that back in March 2021, Prime Minister Imran Khan had approved the recruitment of 1,000 officials in the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA).

PM gave approval after FIA had sent a summary to hire 1000 officials in the federal department to the interior ministry and Prime Minister Office.

The government had imposed a ban on new recruitment in 2013.

Last year, on Jan 15, the federal cabinet had decided to fill 129,301 vacant posts in different ministries and government departments.

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Indian CRPF official commits suicide after killing colleague in Covid isolation building | Muhsen Digital News

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CHATRA, Jharkhand: A Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) official has reportedly committed suicide by shooting himself after killing his colleague who was present in the same room of a COVID-19 isolation building.

According to Indian media reports, the paramilitary CRPF officials were alone in the room at the time of the shooting while senior police termed it a suicide case.

The incident took place in the COVID-19 isolation building located in the ITI College of Simaria police station area in Chatra district headquarters of Jharkhand.

A police officer told the local media that one of the CRPF official named Kalu Ram Gurjar, 35, from Rajasthan had apparently killed his colleague Ravindra Kumar, 40, from Haryana after being prevented from committing suicide and later killed himself.

The bodies of the CRPF officials were sent for post-mortem besides launching an investigation into the incident.

Some reports said that both officials had fired at each other.

The Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) is the largest Central Armed Police Force that functions under the authority of the Ministry of Home Affairs of the Indian government.

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Lahore man allegely molests 9-year-old boy, still at large | Muhsen Digital News

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LAHORE: A nine-year-old boy has on Saturday allegedly fallen victim to sexual abuse in the Baghbanpur area of Punjab’s capital, police confirmed the case, ARY News reported.

An FIR has been registered in the case, on the complaint of the minor boy’s father, against a 22-year-old neighbor, namely Abdullah, who allegedly molested the kid.

While the victim is under medical treatment, the alleged molester is still at large but the police has begun its investigation and lookout.

READ: Policeman martyred in encounter with dacoits in Karachi

A policeman was martyred during an encounter with dacoits in District Malir of Karachi here on Saturday.

According to details, a policeman identified named Shabbir Ahmed was martyred on the spot in firing with dacoits near Jamali Bridge in Karachi.

According to the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Karachi East district, the police team reached near Jamali Bridge located on Super Highway after they received reports of the robbery incidents.

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Karachi to receive more than usual rainfall this monsoon season: PMD | Muhsen Digital News

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Karachi to receive more than usual rainfall this monsoon season: PMD

KARACHI: The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Saturday predicted that Karachi is likely to receive more than usual rainfall this monsoon season, ARY News reported.

According to the Met Office, more than usual rainfall is expected during the upcoming monsoon spell in the country and Karachi would be witnessing the rain spell from the last week of June.

The first spell of monsoon rains in Karachi is expected between 27 and 30 June.

The three-month monsoon season from July to September will saw an unexpected increase in rainfall in the south and north Punjab and Sindh areas of the country, said the Met Office.

The likely rainfall during July – September is 140.8 mm, according to the weather report.

Automatic Weather Station

The Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) on Saturday activated an Automatic Weather Station (AWS) in Karachi to monitor the rainfall system.

Read More: Modern weather station installed in Karachi ahead of monsoon season

The modern weather station was installed in collaboration with the Japan International Cooperation Centre (JICC).

The Automatic Weather Station (AWS)  was installed at the Pakistan Meteorological Department’s (PMD) observatory near the Old Terminal in Pehalwan Goth locality.

The PMD department also shared a link to radar imagery on its website.

The modern doppler weather radar is capable of forecasting rainfall in a radius of about 450kms and strong winds in a radius of about 200kms.

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