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Police More Powerful Than Judiciary

The police have let free an accused who is blackmailing a girl Samina Gadehi through a fake Nikah Nama

Additional Sessions Judge of Kambar had declared the Nikah Nama as fake and rejected the bail of the accused.

Sindh Courier  

Naseerabad

The local police of Kambar-Shahdadkot district seem more powerful than the judiciary, as in utter disregard to the court verdict the police let loose an accused who allegedly blackmailed a girl claiming her to be his wife through a fake Nikah Nama, the marriage certificate.

Accused Darban Chandio of Warah town, district Kambar-Shahdadkot, had claimed that a girl Samina Gadehi had married to him, however the girl, had filed a case in the court of Additional District and Sessions Judge, Kambar challenging the Nikah document. The judge had declared the Nikah Nama as fake and also rejected the bail of the accused person.

Accused Darban Chandio
Accused Darban Chandio

Samina Gadehi, who is lady health worker, addressed a press conference here along with her father and mother to raise voice through the media against the person who has made their life miserable. “The court has declared the Nikah Nama as fake and rejected the bail of accused but the police and other law enforcing agencies were not prepared to arrest him,” she said showing the court verdict to the newsmen.

According to Samina Gadehi, the accused has been threatening them of dire consequences including that of killing her entire family members.

Court order-copy
Court Order

Requesting the Chief Minister, Governor Sindh, Chief Justice of Sindh High Court and Inspector General of Police to take serious note of situation and taking action against the culprit, Samina Gdehi also warned of ending her life if the authorities didn’t take any action to save them from a criminal. “In that case, entire responsibility of my death would lay on the SSP and other police officers of Kamber-Shahdadkot district,” she said.

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