Motorway rape case: Police fail to arrest Abid Malhi even after 19 days
September 28, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) – The police have failed to arrest Abid Malhi, main accused of the Motorway rape case, even after 19 days of the incident. During a press conference, Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed termed the incident 'minor'. "The incident brought a bad name for the country. The culprit will be arrested soon," he added. Earlier, the police had issued the pamphlets the amount of reward, Rs2.5 million, for the critical information that will lead to the arrest of main suspect in the motorway gang-rape case Abid Malhi. According to the police, for the arrest of main suspect Abid Ali, the authorities have prepared pamphlets to distribute amongst people and stick on the walls. The pamphlets, with suspects face and the reward money, are meant to mobilize citizens to facilitate the police into capturing the absconding suspect booked for the assault, gang-rape and robbery with the mother of two on Lahore Motorway link-road. The police have notified on the pamphlets the amount of reward, Rs2.5 million, for the critical information that will lead to the arrest of the suspect and two of his photographs to establish his possible appearances. The pamphlets also contain the contact information of the authorities to reach out to if someone should feel like informing the police on the trail and whereabouts of the suspects.