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Published On: Fri, Jun 29th, 2012

Pakistani man arrested for torturing wife with heated rod, will not be prosecuted

Pakistan man arrested for torturing wife iwth a heated rod for not bearing a child.

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Police have not moved the case forward to prosecute the man claiming the injuries are “too insignificant” to prosecute the suspect.

The Express Tribume reports that the Pakistani police have yet to register an FIR in the matter. SHO Mirza Jameel says there were six categories of injuries and the ones the woman had suffered were the minor ones adding that the woman was also mentally unfit so the police could not rely on her statements alone.

Muhammad Asghar remains in custody while the written complaint was received from the woman’s family to document that they don’t want to press charges against him.

Muhammad Hussain, father of the woman, said he did not plan to pardon the suspect. He said he had filed an application with the Sahuka police for the registration of an FIR.

The SHO, however, denied having received any complaint from him.

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