LAHORE – Two youths including a 17-year-old girl, whose bodies were found from separate areas, were laid to rest here in the City on Monday. North Cantonment and Naulakha Police have badly failed to arrest any accused involved in both killings, whereas the tight-lipped bereaved families have recorded their silent protest against police criminal attitude. According to details, a 14-year-old Hafiz-e-Quran Umar Latif, son of Muhammad Latif of Ghaziabad, was killed by unidentified accused after his alleged molestation. “He was disappeared some four days ago and we contacted police concerned for registration of FIR but police refused to lodge the case over locality dispute,” a police source quoted the bereaved family member as having said. He said Muhammad Latif, an electrician by profession, had arrived to attend the certificate distribution ceremony of his son on Monday last. Reportedly, the Ghaziabad police had told the victim family that the boy was kidnapped from the area, which does not fall in their jurisdiction so they were unable to register the case. On Sunday, a body of unidentified boy was found from an empty plot in North Cantonment police area, which was later identified as the Umar Latif’s. Police handed over the body to the ill-fated family after completing necessary medico-legal formalities. “A case has been lodged and soon we will apprehend the accused men,” Investigation Officer SI Muhammad Akhtar told newsmen. Meanwhile, Naulakha police on Monday have lodged a case against a woman and her maternal nephew on charges of killing her daughter over dispute with her ex-husband. A 17-year-old Fatima Mehmood was found slaughtered to death on a charpoy at her home located on Fleming Road late on Sunday. Police investigators said the girl was alone at home when unidentified persons broke into the home and killed her over unknown dispute. “We have lodged a case against Nusrat Bibi and few others and hopeful for immediate arrest,” an IO told this reporter. Later, the body was handed over to the bereaved family, which laid her to rest at nearby graveyard on Monday. Further investigations are underway.Meanwhile, Provincial Police Chief Javed Iqbal has posted Mr Asghar Ali, awaiting posting,as Superintendent of Police Headquarters Punjab Highway Patrol and Mr. Irfanullah Khan, Addl. Superintendent of Police, Sheikhupura transferred and posted as Addl. Superintendent of Police, Gulgasht Division, Multan, against an existing vacancies with immediate effect on Monday.