AC Judge Afridi murder, police claim to have arrested accused?

Following reports of the murder of Accountability Court Judge Aftab Afridi and his family, police officials claim they have arrested the accused. 

According to reports, Swabi police have made remarkable progress in the case concerning the murder of Judge Aftab Afridi and his family, by reportedly arresting two of the accused and recovered a vehicle used in the incident, within three days.

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According to earlier reports, Judge Afridi and his family were killed in an unfortunate incident while travelling on the Motorway on 4th April, 2021. A case was registered by Abdul Majeed, son of the deceased Judge, against six known and four unknown assailants in a Lahore police station for links to the murder.

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Moreover, Inspector General of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police Sanaullah Abbasi has reportedly formed a committee to investigate the case. The committee is headed by Regional Police Officer Mardan, DPO Swabi Muhammad Shoaib Khan.

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So far, the committee has managed to arrest two accused namely: Aziz Khan and Mughal Shah for connection to the murder. According to reports, the police claim that the accused have presented all the facts during interrogation meanwhile, identities of the other accused are being hidden as search continues.

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