In Rawalpindi, the court sentenced the accused to death for killing a 7th grade student for rejecting his immoral advances.
According to Express News, the brutal incident took place in Rawalpindi, where a tutor tried to sexually assault his student and killed her after failing to do so.
The teacher committed the crime on February 12th this year; after receiving this information, the police arrested the teacher and he was presented at court thereafter.
The honorable Judge Afzal Majoka completed the trial in just six months and sentenced the accused to death, with a Rs.500,000 compensation fee.
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Before the death sentence, the court also sentenced the criminal to 10 years imprisonment and a fine of Rs 100,000 for the crime of entering the student’s house armed.
According to the report, a case of murder was registered by the Ratta Amaral Police of Rawalpindi, according to which the accused teacher Adil was tutoring a seventh grade student, during which Adil Zeb tried to forcefully assault his student. The student refused his advances. After failing to sexually assault the student, Zeb got angry and stabbed the student four times to death.