Australian-Pakistani family murdered over alleged land dispute
Follow us TWITTER @newsdailyplanet An entire Australian-Pakistani family of five, including a seven-year-old boy, have been brutally murdered in the Pakistani capital Islamabad, allegedly over a family land dispute.
The bodies of Amir Ullah Khan, his daughter Romana, 17, and sons Adam, 14, and Haider, 7, were found dumped in bushes in Bhoray Shah, on Islamabad's leafy middle-class southern outskirts, last Monday morning.
"Last year when you visited Australia, I told you not to go back to Pakistan," wrote one Melbourne man
Their hands and feet were bound with rope, their mouths taped, and they had been strangled to death with thin wire, according to police. .