Eight-year-old Zainab Ansari went missing last week while heading to a nearby home for Quranic studies.
What appears to be the final page in the notebook of Zainab Amin, the 7-year-old girl whose rape and murder has prompted outrage across Pakistan, is a poignant reminder of a life cut tragically short.
A notebook owned by murdered Pakistani girl Zainab, with the page open to her apparent last entry, dated January 4th. He said it could not be ruled out that the murders involved a serial killer.More news: UFC 221: Robert Whittaker issues statement on withdrawal from Luke Rockhold bout
Zainab had left her house in the Road Kot area for her maternal aunt's a few minutes away for religious lessons on January 4.
Note that when the little girl was abducted, her parents were out of town and returned hurriedly when her absence was noticed. By listening to the bad affair, reactions broke out, with people demonstrating in many cities in Pakistan, as it is the 12th victim of similar brutality within a year. The report suggests that when the autopsy was performed, she may have been dead for two or three days already.People burn tyres during a protest in Kasur on Wednesday against the murder and rape of Zainab.
"(Sharif) has announced Rs 10 million ($90,000) for anyone giving information about the kidnapper", Punjab government spokesman Malik Muhammad Ahmad Khan told Reuters.More news: Golden Globes: Complete Winners List
He added they now have a suspect after interrogating 96 people, and have formed a special team to find the perpetrator as soon as possible.
Preliminary examination of the minor's body - that was recovered from a garbage dump on Tuesday - had revealed rape before she was killed, and led to violent protests in Kasur during which two people died and several acts of vandalism took place.
Child sexual abuse ring busted in Pakistan 03:14Kasur district was previously at the in which a gang of up to 25 men was accused of blackmailing scores of children into making sex videos between 2009 and 2014.More news: Brexit caused 37% fall in new London financial jobs in December