The Sindh High Court in Hyderabad, Pakistan, has granted temporary bail to one of the defendants in the murder of domestic servant Fatima Ferro, named Pir Fayyaz Shah Jilani, for a period of six days.
As a result of the court’s decision to grant interim bail, Pir Fayyaz’s arrest has been put on hold for the time being.
However, three employees of the residence where the crime took place were recently released from detention.
The police have updated the case, saying that Pir Asad Shah and compounder Imtiaz have been moved from the Ranipur police station to the Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) Sukkur police station.
The case was transferred to CTD DSP Abdul Qadoos Kallor at the request of the girl’s family to ensure a thorough investigation into the events leading up to Fatima’s murder.
However, neither Hina Shah nor Fayaz Shah, who have been linked to the case, have been located by law enforcement as of yet.
The autopsy results for Fatima Ferro, who died at a young age, were made public earlier, and they showed clear symptoms of physical abuse.
The investigation disproves assertions that Fatima died of natural causes and instead suggests that her unfortunate demise was brought on by terrible mistreatment.