A teacher at a shelter home of a private social welfare organization allegedly beat one of his students to death in Karachi.
According to the details, the deceased girl was an orphan who lived in a shelter home of a private social welfare organization in Clifton area of Karachi, severe beating by her teacher to death.
Police officials stated that her friends claimed that the girl had died after being subjected to brutal torture by a teacher a few days back.
A judicial magistrate accompanied by a police party conducted raid at the shelter home and recovered at least seven girls. Later, the girls have been handed over to the Social Welfare Department, Sindh.
Meanwhile, police have registered a case and launched investigations into the girl’s murder.
Minor girl Tayyaba was employed as a maid at the home of Raja Khurram Ali Khan in Islamabad where she was brutally tortured. The incident surfaced on December 27, 2016 and received widespread media coverage.
The case registered in I-9 police station.
Moreover On January 3, 2017, Tayyaba’s parents pardoned the judge and his spouse for the crime.
After the news of the reconciliation broadcasted on channels, the then Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar took suo motu notice of the incident and referred the case to the IHC.
Furthermore Following Supreme Court’s orders, police recovered Tayyaba from the suburbs of Islamabad and presented her before the judges.
Raja Khurram Ali Khan barred from continuing his work on January 12, 2017 on court orders.