MULTAN: Facebook star Qandeel Baloch’s father Azeem Mahara today submitted a plea in court, seeking return of seized model’s goods.

According to details, victim’s father has contacted the court for the return of Qandeel’s things that were confiscated on the day of her murder.

Muzzafargarh police had also taken slain’s bag having jewelry, national and international currency into custody as evidence in investigation.

Earlier, police had received reports of polygraph tests of key criminals in Qandeel Baloch murder case while teams have been formed to take Mufti Abdul Qawi, suspended member of Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee, in custody after he was nominated in the case.

On the other hand, polygraph tests of key criminals in the case, Waseem and Haq Nawaz matched their statements during interrogations.

Superintendent of Police Multan Cantonment area, Saifullah Khan Khattak had also said that the pictures Baloch clicked with the clergyman in Karachi led to her death.

He further said that the police could not hand him a clean chit until investigations were concluded.

The murdered social media personality had met Qawi around two months before she was killed by her younger brother for ‘honour’ on July 16 in Multan.

Mufti, on the other hand said that it was unfair to tighten the noose around him after Waseem, the key criminal had confessed to the crime and named co-conspirators.

He has claimed innocence ever since he was contacted by police right after Baloch’s murder.