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Pak24tv aired the news early Sunday morning. The accused was taken into police custody.

The victim had been unable to identify the attacker as soon as the attack happened, police said.

This article was originally published in the Daily Mail and is used here with permission.

Pak24tv journalist Sakshi Gautam also tweeted a video of the news report on the death of Amisha. The video is no longer available on Pak24tv.

Pak24tv reporter writes #Pak24tv has obtained CCTV footage from Vaishali market of 7.30 AM on Saturday, in which the attacker is visible, leading to the arrest of the alleged killer. — Pak24TV (@Pak24tv) December 15, 2014

× The gruesome murder of Amisha was carried out at Kashmere Gate in the afternoon, by two people in broad daylight. The crime was committed on a busy street, with over 10 people standing at the sight.

News reports at the time had claimed that the victim’s death was being treated as a case of murder and that an investigation was underway into how the death occurred, as per the Delhi Police’s earlier statement.

However, in the report, it is mentioned that the victim had been unable to identify the attacker. Police said on Friday that there was nothing to indicate that Amisha had been sexually assaulted.

Pak24tv’s report had said that the alleged killer was previously out on bail for theft and had been out on bail for molestation. He was arrested by the police only on the day of the attack, the report said.

According to Pak24tv’s report, the victim, Amisha, was with her sister at a popular market at Kashmere Gate in the early hours of Saturday.

The accused, who was with three friends, approached Amisha, who was selling mobile phone covers. Police said that Amisha felt uneasy and tried to remove herself from the way of the accused.

The accused, in response, threw acid on Amisha, with one of his friends allegedly firing a bullet on her head at the same time.

After shooting Amisha at close range, the attackers fled the spot.

We at Pak24tv are saddened by the death of our colleague Amisha from an acid attack. Thoughts are with her family and friends. — Pak24TV (@Pak24tv) December 16, 2014

Pak24tv, a 24-hour news channel, was established on January 6, 2014, and covers news, entertainment, and sports in Pakistan.

Begum Amisha Bibi was working as a freelance journalist for Pak24TV. She used to regularly feature in its bulletins, reports, and news stories.

Amisha’s family has said that they do not blame the police, but the television channel for its report, and say that they do not know anything about her killers.

Pak24tv has been in the news before. In May, it aired a news report stating that Kulbhushan Jadhav, one of the alleged Indian spies, was released from Pakistan’s Balochistan province on October 10, 2013. According to the report, a police official of Pak24TV and PakTV, which is also affiliated to Pak24tv, reported that Jadhav was released from prison the day he was released.

Pak24tv later changed its story and said that its information was ‘not credible’.

  Friday, April 30, 2021 at 1:03:19 PM

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