Abdul Razzaq


Abdul Razzaq

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Classification: Serial killer
Characteristics: Rape
Number of victims: 6 - 7
Date of murders: 2001 - 2002
Date of arrest: February 2003
Date of birth: 1944
Victims profile: Elderly women
Method of murder: Strangulation
Location: Ahmedpur East, Bahawalpur, Pakistan
Status: Sentenced to death in April 2006

Serial killer of elderly women

Chemical examiner’s report contradicts police claim

Sunday, February 16, 2003

Ahmedpur East: A contradiction has arisen between the chemical examiner’s report of five elderly women and district police Bahawalpur claims.

The district police officer (DPO) Bahawalpur produced the accused Abdul Razzaq before newsmen at a press conference on Friday. They claim Mr Razzaq sexually molested and tortured the women. However medical reports suggest otherwise. The chemical examiner had given his reports to Medical Superintendent (MS) Tehsil Headquarter Civil Hospital Ahmedpur East Dr Mohammad Baqar Khan. Replying to Daily Times Dr Baqar Khan said, “In all five chemical reports of the victims no semen was detected. Similarly no marks of violence were found on the dead bodies of the five elderly women, whose postmortems was carried out by Dr Asifa Shikrani.”

Pakistani serial killer and rapist sentenced to death


An anti-terrorism court in the central Pakistani town of Bahawalpur sentenced convicted serial killer and rapist Abdul Razzaq to death, the Daily Times newspaper reported on Sunday.

“The convict has confessed that he killed eight women after raping them,” the paper quoted an unnamed official as saying.

It said the convict was found guilty on twelve counts and following his admission of guilt the judge sentenced him to die.

A police official told reporters present outside the court that Razzaq, 45, raped a number of women and choked at least eight of them to death in the Ahmedpur East village.

Officials did not explain the mental health of the convict who, according to the prosecution, targetted older women.

He can, however, appeal against the ruling at a higher court.

Serial killer gets death sentence

April 6, 2006

BAHAWALPUR, April 6: Anti-Terrorism Court presiding officer Muhammad Akram Khan on Thursday handed down death sentence on 12 counts and 42-year imprisonment to a serial killer of Ahmedpur East.

Abdul Razzaq, the convict, was involved in abduction, murder and rape of six women. However, he has been acquitted in the seventh case.

According to prosecution, Razzaq, a resident of Chacha Bast near Ahmedpur East, had in 2001 abducted, raped and murdered seven aged women in two months.

The people were scared, as Ahmedpur East police took a long time to nab the accused who, however, was challaned and his case was tried by the ATC. His victims included Manzoor Elahi, Jiwan Bibi, Sakina and Manzoor Bibi.