Prime accused in Asma Rani murder case handed over to Pakistan | Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: The main suspect in the murder of medical student Asma Rani on Saturday was handed over to Pakistan through Interpol.
Asma, a third-year medical student in Abbottabad, was in her hometown of Kohat on vacation, when on January 27 Mujahid Afridi allegedly opened fire on her for refusing his marriage proposal.
Afridi reached Islamabad and was transferred to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Interpol on Thursday arrested the Mujahideen from Sharjah, the general inspector of the Khyber police Pakhtunkhwa Salahuddin, who, according to sources, was arrested. Mehsud said at a press conference.
The KP police approached Interpol after the accused, the nephew of the Pakistani president of Tehreek-i-Insaf Aftab Alam, left the country after the incident.
Interpol placed the Mujahidullah in the most wanted list.