SHC reserves verdict on Dua Zehra case

Sindh High Court (SHC) on Wednesday reserved verdict on petition seeking recovery of allegedly missing girl Dua Zehra.

During the hearing, police presented Dua and her husband Zaheer before the court after the ossification test as per the court’s orders passed in the last hearing.

However, Dua’s father Mehdi Kazmi rejected the test report. I have been married for 17 years, how could my daughter be 17 years old? he argued.

At this, Justice Ghaffar remarked that the SHC had the petition seeking recovery which has now been made.

Present whatever you want to present in the trial court,” the judge said while disposing off Kazmi’s petition.

Justice Ghaffar remarked that the court has Dua’s statement and it has to see the verdicts of the Supreme Court and federal sharia courts.

On the other hand, in a meeting held at a judge’s chamber, however, Dua said that she wants to come home, her mother said.

“My daughter said in the meeting that I want to go home. Dua said she will give her statement in court,” the mother said, adding that police did not present her daughter in court and took her to a shelter home.

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