According to the post mortem there is evidence that the six-year-old girl was sexually assaulted before her murder.
Police had also prepared a sketch of the suspect with help from eyewitnesses, the report said, adding that the investigation was being personally monitored by a high-powered team, headed by the Punjab AIG. The victim's father Ameen Ansari claimed that the police did not cooperate with the family members who registered the complaint.
Police was informed and the victim's body was shifted to a nearby hospital where a postmortem will be carried out to reveal further details about the brutal rape and murder.
The father of an 8-year-old Pakistani girl whose rape and killing shocked the nation has accused the police on Thursday of being slow to respond when his daughter went missing in eastern Punjab province.
The girl, who was living with her maternal aunt, had gone to attend Quran class in the neighbourhood on January 4 when she was allegedly abducted.
'He alleged that the police did not cooperate in finding his daughter 'If the police would have acted immediately, the culprit would have been caught'. "We want justice. We want the culprit to be brought in front of us".
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The Lahore High Court's Chief Justice, Punjab's Chief Minister, the Senate, the Chief Justice of Pakistan and the army chief have all spoken out on social media about the case.
Among those voicing anger was the cricket star and politician Imran Khan who tweeted: 'The condemnable & horrific rape & murder of little Zainab exposes once again how vulnerable our children are in our society.
Nobel Peace Prize victor Malala Yousafzai wrote that she was "heartbroken to hear about Zainab", adding: 'This has to stop.
Ihtisham ul Haq, summed up many people's exasperation at a lack of progress in finding the killer.
The protests claimed two lives when police resorted to firing in a bid to stop the protesters from surrounding the District Police Officer (DPO) and District Coordination Officer (DCO) offices. Can we do something to protect our children?'
Without mentioning the deaths that occurred when protesters were fired at in Kasur, the report acknowledged that after the recovery of Zainab's body, a large group of locals became violent and held a protest.