Two Spanish national sisters of Pakistani descent were murdered in Gulliana police precincts by their paternal uncle for failing to bring their spouses to Spain, reports Dawn.
Arooj Abbas and Aneesa Abbas, both 21, were married to their cousins in Pakistan more than a year ago, but they were unable to obtain visas for their husbands to join them in Spain.
Their in-laws suspected them of delaying their husbands’ immigration applications on purpose.
The initial probe, according to police sources, indicated that both sisters were unhappy in their marriages. Their family was able to return them to Pakistan a few days ago.
Both sisters were found dead in their home on Friday. They were tortured to death before being shot.
The women were allegedly murdered by their paternal uncle, who was also the father-in-law of one of them, according to the police. However, no case has been filed yet. According to the DPO, police have begun raids to apprehend the accused in the case.
Ataur Rehman of the Gujrat District Police, Kharian DSP, and others arrived on the scene, while a team of forensic experts collected evidence from the crime scene. The bodies were taken to the hospital to be examined.