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Man Kills Wife, Three Daughters On Suspicion Of Infidelity In Pakistan

IANS, 12 Sep, 2017
  • Man Kills Wife, Three Daughters On Suspicion Of Infidelity In Pakistan
A Pakistani man on Monday killed his wife and three daughters on suspicion of infidelity in an eastern Punjab district.
 
However, he spared his three sons, whom he had locked up in a room before killing his wife and daughters, The Express Tribune reported.
 
The police have recovered the weapon from Hanif, a security guard in a government school, who surrendered himself to the police.
 
In his confessional statement, he said that he suspected his wife of infidelity.
 
In another incident, a man set himself and his three children on fire after a fight with his wife in a village of the Kasur district. 

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