Over domestic issues, a man threw acid on her wife thereby burning her 70 percent body while a farmer killed his spouse with a sharp weapon here on Wednesday.

A man along with his brother threw acid on his wife as a result 70 percent body of the woman was burnt in Head Rajkaan area near here.

Victim Muzaffran Bibi told the police in her statement at Rural Health Centre of Head Rajkaan that she said that a few days ago she and her husband had exchanged hot words on which she got angry and went to her mother’s house.

Last Tuesday, she added, her husband Muhammad Azeem and his brother Muhammad Sadiq came to her mother’s house for reconciliation with her family. “Then I came back to my husband’s house. In the Tuesday night, Azeem asked his brother Sadiq to rape me and the latter did so. Then my husband did the same act in front of his brother. Later, Sadiq caught me and Azeem threw acid on my body and escaped,” she alleged.

After hearing the screams, people of the area informed the police on which Sub Inspector Muhammad Fayaz of Police Station Head Rajkaan along with police party reached there and shifted Muzaffaran Bibi to the Rural Health Centre wherefrom she was referred to Bahawal Victoria Hospital Bahawalpur.

According to doctors, 70 percent body of the victim has been burnt as a result of the acid attack. The police registered a case and arrested the accused.

Likewise, a farmer killed his wife in Chak 718 GB near Pirmahal. Police said deceased Kausar Bibi and accused Allah Ditta exchanged harsh words over some domestic issue and the accused attacked and killed her with a sharp weapon.

In Sheikhupura, an eighteen years old girl was shot dead in city locality Sheish Mahal by her brother for the “honour”. Accused Waqas had been suspecting her of having relation with someone. On the day of incident, after argument over the same issue, he got infuriated and shot her dead.

On the other hand, the daughter of a former Nazim, who had allegedly been abducted by four people, could not so far been recovered. Mushtaq Rehmani and his daughter were on a bike coming to the city from Jhabran Mandi. Near, Jandiala Sher Khan, accused Zaheer and his accomplices in a car intercepted them and on gunpoint abducted the girl and drove away in their vehicle. The incident created much confusion and tension among the citizens. The matter was brought immediately into the notice of police high ups but to no avail so far.

Police said that a family feud was behind the incident. Some time ago the accused had sought the hand of his daughter for marriage with his son, but he had flatly refused him. This was the main cause of the incident, the police added.

VISIT: A team checked various products on different stores and cosmetic shops during a raid and seized many projects without expiry dates.

Notices were issued to the companies and distributors which are locally controlling these products on which representatives of the companies appeared in front of assistant commissioner.

He held them responsible for stating date of manufacturing and expiry date on the products at any cost or else they will not be able to sell their products. The dealers and representatives of the companies including distributors sought time for the purpose.

He issued orders that date of manufacture and expiry date be stated in 60 days on all the cosmetic and other products in accordance with Punjab Consumer Protection Act 2005 and remove the stock which are currently present in the market without expiry date.