Pakistanis call for justice for victim of rape


Kasur: A six years old girls was abducted, sexually assaulted and murdered seek justice, according to the sources; outrage of whole nation sparked out with protest for justice across the nation.

People chanted against government and police authorities to catch an accuser.

According to the reports, “The murder and sexual assault of six-year-old Zainab Ansari, who disappeared on her way to a Koran class on 4 January, has sparked deadly riots.

“Her parents went for Umrah and in their absence when she was going to school, and was kidnapped.

“She was last seen alive on CCTV footage walking hand in hand with an unknown man. Her body was found in a rubbish dump a few days later.”

Police told media that that had been considered as the 10th case in the city since January 2017.

Postmortem reports had recovered traces of the same DNA on six of the victims, including from Zainab’s body.

Police said, “It’s a shameful act, all six were young girls, all went missing extremely close to their homes, and all were left, unburied, in rubbish dumps or abandoned houses nearby. Their families all live within a 3km (two mile) radius.”

Murderer father and mother had shown anger and anguish, her father said, “I have no words to say,” tears roll down from her face. “Anger is a very small word to describe how I feel,

“This is not a house – it’s a graveyard. Since Zainab died it’s like we lost our daughter again. It was the same when I found out about each of the other girls.”

Chief Minister of Punjab Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharief said, “We will find him out and sentence him.

“I understand the pain of her parents.

Furthermore, it was not the first case of girl’s abduction and rape, before that five years old Ayesha Bibi were raped and murdered.
















Syeda Faiza Bukhari