Dadu. Tribal chief of Chandio tribe, PPP MPA Nawab Sardar Ahmed Chandio and his younger brother, former advisor to CM Sindh, PPP leader, Nawab Burhan Khan Chandio appeared in the court first additional session model court Dadu on Saturday in triple murder case of chairman of union council Balaidai of Mehar, Rais Karm ullah Chandio, zila council member Qabil Khan Chandio and chairman Tamandar council Rais Mukhtiar Chandio, those were murdered on January 17 in 2018 close to Mehar police station. Complainant of the case Pervaiz Ahmed Chandio accused Nawab Sardar Chandio and Nawab Burhan Chandio, Ali Gohar Chandio, Sattar Chandio, and Sikandar Chandio appeared in court. Judge of the court fixed the case on November 21 and asked the accused and complainant to appear in the case. It remembered that PPP MPA Nawab Sardar Chandio, Burhan Khan Chandio, Abdul Sattar Chandio, Sikandar Chandio, Ali Gohar Chandio, Murtza and Zulifiqar Chandio were nominated in the triple murder case at Mehar Police station. During hearing of the case, heavy contingent of police and rangers was deployed before the court. After hearing Umme Rubab Chandio, daughter of Mukhtiar Chandio, and Pervaiz Chandio complainant of the case reached at Press Club. Speaking with journalists Umme Rubab Chandio said that her deceased family also were active local PPP leaders of Mehar and PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was supporting to tribal chief of Chandio tribe and influential criminals related with triple murder case of Mehar. She said that during her arrival at tombs, hindrances were created as she should not visit the graves of Zulifiqar ali Bhutto, Benazir Bhutto, Zulifiqar Ali Bhutto, Shahnawaz Bhutto and Begum Nusrat Bhutto at Ghrahi Khuda Bux. She said that she had gone there to register her complaint as, she was victim and PPP leaders were opposing her. Later, she offered condolence with Sabir Hussain Bhand president Dadu press club on death of her brother. She said that she was not afraid from tribal chief Chandio tribe and criminals. She said that she would continue her struggle till she would not receive justice.