Fantasy is the internet’s most noisy and newsy argument medium for the greater Speculative Fiction genre. The lovers and enthusiasts of Sherlock Holmes rampant across the globe regardless of being literate or not. Rather, it is the human instinct to get curious about secreted matters. Well, we came across a clue of a local detective of Kasur who is famous to solve ruffling mysteries. Seems interesting! This man, the 70-year-old Nazeer Muhammad Najja is the ‘Sherlock of Kasur.’ Meet Sherlock Holmes of Pakistan Nazeer Muhammad from Kasur.
Off the wall story of a man who is full of content
He has been a local detective for over 20 years now, and his factualness and impeccability close to 80% when it comes to solving cases. He is little to no privileged to enjoy any security and surveillance in his rural neighborhood.
TheSherlock of kasur!
Seventy-yearNazeer Muhammad Najja’s keen eyes have been trailing crime for decades in his small town of in district Kasur. The local detective who especialises in tracing footprints, is said to have an 80 per cent accuracy with his cases. pic.twitter.com/k3Xi2ivLX0
— Amna Gul (@AmnaGulSudozai) October 7, 2020
According to the locals,
“Najja’s sniff at the crime spot lags imported detectives, he is a man of quick reflexes.”
Najja told to the Express Tribune
“I learned everything in the get-go. Every time there would be any reports of theft of any kind in my area, I would show up at the crime scene and try to gather as much as I could. Eventually, I taught myself to trace footprints, which became my greatest asset in staying on the heels of crime.”
Conferring to the investigator officer,
“He does not pre-determine the cost of his service and usually accepts whatever it is that the plaintiffs offer. He is always ready to help us regardless of growing feeble.”
Najja told about attractive bribes, he is usually offered to hoodwink the conviction
“Although many a time, there’d be culprits or people from their association who’d offer me huge bribes to mislead a plaintiff, but as a professional, I do not accept such offers. I was once offered Rs3,000 as a bribe to mislead a pack of sniffer hounds that had been called to assist the case. They told me to take the hounds to an innocent man’s doorstep and let him take the fall but I refused right way.”
Waoo what an engaging story of an innocent man embraced with heroic powers. Undoubtedly Najja is a brawny and brainy hunk of the town.