Missing boy’s remains recovered during wheat harvest


The remains of an 11-year-old boy who went missing two months ago were recovered from a wheat field during the harvest. As per details, the deceased Asif Nawaz, a resident of Chak No 253 RB near Dijkot, disappeared from his house some two months ago.
The family tried its best to find the missing boy with the help of the police but there was no clue found during the search operation. Yesterday, during the wheat harvest, the workers found the human bones scattered in the middle of the field.
Missing boy’s father Muhammad Nawaz identified the remains with the help of his son’s clothes and shoes lying on the scene. Muhammad Nawaz accused a resident of the same village Abrar and his accomplices in connection with the kidnapping and possible rape of the child who was later murdered to cover up the crime. The police collected the remains of the boy and sent them for examination.
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