Top 4 Pakistani Serial Killers

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Serial killers are individuals who commit multiple murders over some time, often with a psychological need or compulsion to kill. They can operate in various countries and cultures, and their motivations and methods can vary widely.

1. Javed Iqbal 

The Case of Serial Killer Javed Iqbal | The Juggernaut

Iqbal was the sixth of his father’s eight children, a businessman. Growing up in Lahore, he was an intermediate student at the Government Islamia College. In 1978, he launched a steel recasting company while still a student. Iqbal resided in the Shad Bagh neighborhood of the city with his boys in a mansion his father had bought for him.

Iqbal admitted to the rape and killing of 100 defenseless boys, all between the ages of six and sixteen, in a letter he wrote to the police in December 1999. The letter was also addressed to the chief news editor of the Khawar Naeem Hashmi newspaper in Lahore. He said that after sexually abusing the victims—the majority of whom were homeless or orphans living on the streets of Lahore—he had dismembered and strangled them before disposing of their bodies in hydrochloric acid vats that he then dumped into a nearby river.

Police and reporters discovered bloodstains on the walls and floor of Iqbal’s home, along with pictures of other victims wrapped in plastic bags and the chain he claimed he used to strangle the youngsters.

Handwritten booklets with names and ages were carefully labeled on these things. A message stating that the dead in the house had been purposefully kept undisturbed so that authorities would discover them was also left for the police to discover, along with two vats of acid-containing partially disintegrated human remains.

After completing his atrocities, Iqbal wrote in his letter that he now intended to drown himself in the Ravi River. However, authorities started the biggest manhunt in Pakistani history after trying in vain to drag the river with nets. Four teenage lads who had shared Iqbal’s three-bedroom apartment were apprehended in Sohawa as accomplices. One of them died in police custody a few days later, with a postmortem indicating that he had been subjected to force; the police claimed he had jumped from a window on his initiative.

2. Imran Ali

Imran Ali, the rapist and murderer executed: What happens when in Zainab Murder Case? - Pakistan - Dunya NewsAnsari was staying with her uncle in the interim when the event happened, while her parents were in Saudi Arabia for Umrah. She vanished on January 4, 2018, while traveling to a nearby Quran tuition lesson. Muhammad Adnan, her uncle, reported her to the Kasur District police office. Ansari’s family found CCTV footage of her strolling on Kasur’s Peerowala Road with an unidentified bearded man wearing white clothing and a jacket, holding her hand. The clip was found without the assistance of the local police. On January 9, 2018, her body was subsequently found at a waste disposal site on Shahbaz Khan Road. She had been tortured, sodomized, and raped, according to an autopsy report, and she had been strangled to death.

On January 4, 2018, Zainab Amin Ansari, a seven-year-old Pakistani girl, was abducted in her hometown of Kasur, Punjab, when she was en route to her Quran recitation classes. She was born in 2010. On January 9, 2018, her body was discovered five days later in a trash disposal area outside of Lahore; an examination revealed that she had been severely raped and tortured before being strangled to death. Imran Ali, 24, the man who had raped and killed her, was apprehended and shown to be a serial killer who had killed and raped at least seven prepubescent females in the area.

The killing of Ansari sparked intense outcry and protests across Pakistan, which finally resulted in the enactment of the Zainab Alert Bill, Pakistan’s first national child protection law (modeled after the AMBER Alert system in the US). The bill stipulates that anyone found guilty of child abuse must serve at least a minimum of life in prison. It also requires that any law enforcement officials who unnecessarily delay their investigation of a child abuse case must face legal action within two hours of the child being reported missing.

At a news conference on January 23, 2018, Shehbaz Sharif declared the arrest of Imran Ali, a suspect. He verified that the suspect’s DNA and polygraph results matched samples from at least eight young girls—including Ansari—who had been sexually assaulted and killed in the same neighborhood. Investigations revealed that Ali, a 24-year-old mechanic who lived in Ansari’s neighborhood, had even participated in the demonstrations that broke out after Ansari’s body was found. Police also discovered the suspect’s jacket, which was visible in the CCTV footage of Ansari shortly before her disappearance. Ali eventually admitted to carrying out the murders and rapes in succession.

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3. Nazar Ali Nazroo Narejo

Nazroo Narejo - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia

In the 1970s, Nazroo Narejo attended the University of Sindh, Jamshoro, to study sociology. He was an intelligent and conscientious student, but he went to crime to rebel against the feudal system once his father was exposed to it. In addition to his LL.B., his father held a master’s degree in sociology.

In Sindh, Pakistan, Nazar Ali Nazroo Narejo was a well-known dacoit. He was associated with fear for more than twenty years. He was held accountable and charged in roughly 200 cases. He was involved in crimes such as murder, kidnapping for ransom, highway robbery, and plundering in the Sindh and Punjab regions. A reward of PKR 20 million has been established by the government for his capture.

In August 2013, a gang of dacoits led by Narejo fired rockets into the village of Mulla Ismail Khohro, resulting in the deaths of two men and a little girl in Khairpur

Nazroo and his associates were slain in a confrontation with Tanveer Ahmed Tunio, the SSP of the Sindh Police’s Sukkur Region, in the Garhi Yaseen neighborhood of Shaikarpur. During this operation, his son Rab Rakhio Narejo and brother-in-law Sarwar, also known as Saroo Narejo, were also slain. Policemen Haji Ismi Chachar and Mujeeb Chachar lost their lives in the operation.

4. Amir Qayyum

Amir Qayyum | Murderpedia, the encyclopedia of murderers
In Pakistan, Amir Qayyum was born in 1981. After his father abandoned them while they were young, Qayyum moved in with his uncle, Dr. Shahid. Qayyum was expelled from school at an early age due to her violent inclinations. After he would beat his siblings and sisters, they would also kick him out of the house. Unidentified assailants killed Shahid and a companion on September 25, 2003.
After stealing a gun from a sleeping police officer, Hafiz Abid, a suspect, was apprehended on February 28, 2004, but he later shot and killed himself in a police van. Following the death of his uncle, Qayyum felt compelled to exact revenge on society. Following the death of his uncle, Qayyum felt compelled to exact revenge on society. Known as “The Brick Killer,” Amir Qayyum killed 14 homeless individuals between June and July 2005 by using bricks or stones. He attacked a man with a stone before being captured. On May 10, 2006, he received a death sentence.

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