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Pakistani woman names her killer before dying

  • Aasma Rani – a third-year medical student – shot three times outside her home
  • Her family said that suspect Mujahidullah Afridi had previously threatened her
  • Afridi is the nephew of a district president of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party
  • Now a shocking video has emerged showing Aasma naming Mujahidullah killer

A harrowing video has emerged showing a dying woman naming her killer after she was allegedly shot for rejecting a marriage proposal. 

Aasma Rani – a third-year medical student in Abbottabad, Pakistan – was shot three times outside her home in Kohat after stepping out of a rickshaw on Saturday.

Local media say police have named Mujahidullah Afridi, the nephew of the district president of Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party, as the prime suspect.

Pictured: Aasma naming who she believes to be her killer before she dies

An investigation has been launched by police, but Mujahidullah – nephew of Aftab Alam – has not yet been found. Pictured: Aasma naming who she believes to be her killer before she dies 

The family of Aasma (pictured) has appealed for justice from high-ranking officials - believed to include Imran Khan

Aasma naming her killer

The family of Aasma (pictured) has appealed for justice from high-ranking officials – believed to include Imran Khan

According to Pakistan Today, Afridi’s brother, Sadiqullah, has also been accused of waiting outside Aasma’s home before she was shot.

Aasma’s family has alleged that she had also received threats from Mujahidullah in the past. 

An investigation has been launched by police, but Mujahidullah – nephew of Aftab Alam – has not yet been found.

The family of Aasma has appealed for justice from high-ranking officials – believed to include Imran Khan.

In the video – taken on Sunday, the day she died – the victim can be heard naming Mujahidullah as her killer.

Alerts have reportedly been sent out across the area in case Mujahidullah flees the country.               



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