Court reserves verdict in Fahad Malik murder case

27 Aug, 2016 12:27 pm

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – The court has on Saturday reserved the verdict in the murder case of British-Pakistani citizen Barrister Fahad Malik who was killed in Islamabad when the accused fired bullets on his car in Islamabad.

The prime accused Nauman Malik Khokhar was presented before the court.

The court after completing the arguments of both the parties reserved the verdict in the murder case.

Barrister Fahad Malik was killed in a shooting on Monday night in Islamabad. He was mediating a case between two parties involving groups linked with Tariq Malik and duo Raja Aarhsed and Nauman Khokhar.


Fahad Malik was the nephew of former chairman Senate Muhammad Mian Soomro and son-in-law of Syed Wajid Bukhari, who was Minister of Environment in former president Pervez Musharraf’s cabinet.




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