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Zahir Hussain Zar Khan, a Pakistani trucker who arrived in Pakistan from Saudi Arabia on Monday morning after Saudi bait-ul-maal last month paid off his blood money to set him free, is smiling as he video chats with his family in Peshawar from Karachi's Jinnah International Airport on August 26, 2019.
Sindh Additional Advocate-General (AAG) Mustafa Mahesar informed the court that the Sindh Cabinet has approved the payment of blood money but it could not be paid due to bureaucratic delays.
However, the nominated Punjab CM and his father paid Rs7.5million as blood money and settled the case.
A sum of 18 billion rials ($180,000) from the fund will pay the blood money to the families of those killed in confrontations with park rangers since 2015, the Fars news agency quoted Colonel Jamshid Mohabbatkhani, head of the Environmental Protection Agency's police unit, as saying.
DUBAI: An Indian man convicted of murdering a fellow Indian in a bootlegging case has escaped the gallows in Sharjah after the non-profit Sarbat Da Bhala Charitable Trust paid blood money to the victim's family and secured a pardon.
The Philippine Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia deposited SAR 1,846,050.10 or P21,163,445.73 in allocated blood money to the Alawwal Bank, formerly Saudi Holland Bank SAR.
Sharjah: Authorities here are doing everything within their powers to pay off the debts of inmates who owe blood money or restitution for financial crimes to help reformed prisoners start a new life upon their release.
Haji was fined Dh100,000 in blood money and issued a Dh4,000 fine for the incident.
The news channels claimed through their unnamed sources that the family of Naqeeb had agreed to receive blood money to 'pardon' former SSP Rao, the key accused in the murder case.
And during the hearing, the parents of the victim sent a letter, through their lawyer, to court stressing that they have decided to pardon the killer in return for blood money.
An Arab motorist has been sentenced in absentia to six months in jail, blood money of QR200,000 and a fine of QR10,000 for running over a pedestrian, local Arabic daily Arrayah reported yesterday.
13 ( ANI ): Xolile Mngeni, the guy who killed Anni Dewani has reportedly said that he agreed to commit the crime because the blood money offered by her husband Shrien would pay for him to undergo a ritual circumcision.