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Taha was struggling to breathe: Police record statements of five friends in Margalla Hills teen’s death case

Children will be called for statements if necessary, says Police
Isl Police station records  more statements in Margalla Hills teen’s death. Photo via Business Recorder
Isl Police station records more statements in Margalla Hills teen’s death. Photo via Business Recorder

Following the mysterious death of 15-year-old Muhammad Taha in Islamabad’s Margalla Hills, police have recorded statements from all five of his companions who were present during the hiking trip.

Sources reveal that three statements were recorded yesterday and two more were taken today. According to the children’s accounts, Taha seemed distressed during the hike. They claim that after ascending 3 kilometers, Taha was visibly struggling to breathe.

Police maintain that they will conduct further questioning of the children if necessary.

It is important to note that on May 25th, Taha had embarked on a hike with his five friends to Trail Five. Two days later, his body was tragically discovered near Lohi Dhandhi.

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The investigation into Taha’s death continues as authorities seek to determine the exact circumstances surrounding his passing.

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