Lahore: A significant development in the case of rape of a woman on the motorway has come to light that the DNA of one accused matched. Punjab police have traced the accused involved in the motorway abuse case. The profile of a man has been matched with DNA, identified as Abid Ali, son of Akbar Ali. It is known to be a habitual offender and a resident of Fort Abbas, Bahawalnagar.
The samples of the abused woman matched the records of the accused already in the database of criminals. Abid Ali’s history has been in the criminal database since 2013. According to the documents, Abid is a notorious criminal, and there is a record of his incidents. The accused is 27 years old, and the date of birth is May 22, 1993.
The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) is conducting raids to arrest Abid Ali, but he is still at large. Abid Ali also broke into a house in Fort Abbas in 2013 with four accomplices and gang-raped his mother and daughter at gunpoint, and a case was registered in Fort Abbas.