Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr The assault and murder of eight-year-old Zainab seven days prior in Pakistan’s Kasur has left a country stunned and irate. In the midst of dissents in the city and via web-based networking media, a Pakistani anchor has touched hearts with an uncommon motion. Last night, Kiran Naz of Pakistan’s Samaa TV gave the news with her little girl sitting on her lap, passing on a parent’s pain. “Today I am not Kiran Naz. Today I am a mother. That’s why I am sitting with my daughter,” Ms Naz said in her short presentation before the channel’s 7pm news release on Wednesday. The stay went ahead to share her shock over Zainab’s disaster, for the most part her sheer dissatisfaction as a parent that there had been no advance in finding the executioner. “I don’t have anything else to discuss today, with the exception of Zainab,” she said toward the finish of an about two-minute-long clasp. “It is true that a child’s corpse is the heaviest. Today Pakistan is buried beneath the burden of the little one’s janaza (funeral)…” Ms Naz said, choking up. Zainab was abducted on January 4. After five days, her body was found in a junk heap, a Pakistani police official told AFP. The young lady’s folks, who had been in Saudi Arabia, flew back to Pakistan on Wednesday and told journalists in Islamabad they would not cover their little girl until the point that her executioner was captured. The man who murdered her is as yet meandering indiscriminately, which incited dangerous uproars in Kasur, in which two dissenters were slaughtered. On online networking, individuals are utilizing the hashtag #JusticeforZainab to express their outrage.