On Tuesday, the Punjab police distributed cash awards among the police personnel who apprehended the accused in the Lahore motorway rape case.
According to the detail, Punjab’s Inspector General (IG) Inam Ghani distributed Rs2.5 million and appreciation certificates among 40 officers and personnel who played a huge part in solving the case actively.
The IG Punjab said that the case was challenging but the law enforcers worked hard and served their duties with dedication.
The ceremony was held at the Central Police Office and officers belonging to the Crime Investigation Agency (CIA), Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD), Criminal Record Management System (CRMS), and other branches of the Police Department were rewarded.
Motorway Rape Case:
Suspect’s DNA Sample matches with the woman’s sample
A breakthrough in the Lahore motorway gang rape incident was when the sample of DNA of one of the suspects matched with the samples taken from the victim.
According to the details, the suspect’s DNA sample was already present in the Forensic Science Agency’s DNA bank. Police said that the suspect has a criminal record and that important progress has been made in the case, however, no arrests have been done yet.