British-Pakistani mother-daughter duo convicted of double murder in Pakistan . British-

British-Pakistani mother-daughter duo convicted of double murder in Pakistan . British-

Saqib Hussain and Hashim Ijazuddin were killed in a car crash last year . Mahek Bukhari and Ansreen Bukhari were found guilty of murder . The trial shed light on the events leading up to the crash at Leicester Crown Court . Mr Hussain had been in relationship with Ms Ansreen for three years .

After Ansreen tried to end the affair Mr Hussain made threats to expose the affair to her husband and share her videos . Ms Hussain offered to pay back money which Mr Hussain spent during the relationship and it was arranged for Mr Hussain to meet with Ansreen and her daughter .

The eight defendants were in two vehicles an Audi TT and a Seat Leon . The impact of the collision caused the Skoda Fabia to split into two and its engine to detach from the body . Both victims died immediately from multiple injuries prior to the fire taking hold.

The jury also found Rekhan Karwan and Raees Jamal guilty of the murder. However Natasha Akhtar Ameer Jamal and Sanaf Gulamustafa were cleared of murder but found guilty on manslaughter of manslaughter of the manslaughter of a co-accused Mohammed Patel was acquitted of charges .

One co-defendant Mohammed Patel is acquitted of all charges. The defendants did not attempt to help the victims or to call for help. Instead they drove on and then even drove back past the collision site. Still noone attempted to offer any help. The victims died in the collision.

The case was described as ‘a callous and cold-blooded attack.’. The trial. The incident was described by the defendants. The defendant. The victim. The court’s mother and the defendant’m.


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