Saudi Arabia has extradited Qandeel Baloch’s brother, who was one of the suspects in her murder, back to Pakistan.
According to the reports, the International Criminal Police Organization’s (Interpol) cell in the kingdom had arrested Muzaffar Iqbal, Qandeel’s brother on Wednesday.
He had on record accepted to drugging and killing his sister Qandeel, when he was presented before a special magistrate.
He was arrested on the Pakistani government’s request in 2016 to Saudi Arabia, as Iqbal was living in the Kingdom at that time.
In 2016, Qandeel’s brother, Waseem, had strangled her to death at her home in Punjab.
In October 2019, another suspect and brother, Arif, was arrested with the help of Interpol from Saudi Arabia and transferred to Multan following his arrest.
Six, including Mufti Abdul Qavi as well as Qandeel’s other two brothers, Aslam Shaheen and Arif were involved in the case.
Her father had even said he would be happy if his son and the three other accused were “hanged for their unforgivable crime”.