DASKA - Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif on Tuesday gave 72 hours deadline to Daska city police to arrest the culprits, who assaulted and killed two minor girls in Daska city about 16 days ago. The Chief Minister visited the houses of the victim girls Farwa Afzaal, Fatima Asif and Kiran Shahzadi here on Tuesday. He deeply condoled with the grieved families and he strongly condemned these nasty incidents. He asked the senior police officials to ensure the arrest of actual culprits within 72 hours, otherwise, strict legal action would be taken against them. The chief minister announced Rs0.5 million financial compensation each for the parents of these three girls. Shahbaz also assured the speedy justice to the grieved families. The CM said that the accused involved in such brutal incidents were the killers of the humanity and they would be dealt with iron fist. He directed the Sialkot police to ensure speedy trial of this case for providing speedy justice to the grieved families. He also went to the house of another minor girl Kiran Shahzadi (8), who was killed after assault by unknown accused in village Mughalabad-Begowala of Sambrial Tehsil. He condoled and assured speedy justice to the grieved family. On this occasion, the CM said that the provincial government would make necessary legislation to halt such nasty incidents in the future. Moreover, Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif suspended Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) Pasrur Rana Zahid for his alleged slackness in arresting the nominated accused in Pasrur Saddar police stations murder case, in which some accused including Rana Waheed Murad (former Pasrur tehsil naib nazim) had tortured to death a local farmer Waris Ali in village Raamkey-Pasrur a month ago over a suspicion of stealing some valuables from a Dera. Later, the CM reached village Raamkey-Pasrur, where he condoled the sad demise of farmer Waris Ali.