- Police arrest three of six suspects within the alleged gang-rape of a lady in Hasilpur
- Arrested girl wished to remarry, allegedly orchestrated the crime
- Arrested girl’s husband was additionally injured throughout the assault, FIR says
BAHAWALPUR: Police on Thursday claimed to have arrested three of six suspects within the case of an alleged gang-rape of a younger girl in entrance of her household in Hasilpur earlier this week.
Police claimed that the girl’s sister-in-law was among the many facilitators.
A primary data report (FIR) registered on Monday acknowledged that six armed males had damaged into the home late Sunday night time, gang-raped the younger girl in entrance of her household, and lower off a physique a part of her brother. Police had mentioned on the time they suspected private enmity because the motive.
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Within the newest replace within the case, police claimed the arrested girl wished to remarry and had subsequently orchestrated the crime. “She had her accomplices sexually abuse her sister-in-law while her own husband was also injured during the heinous crime,” they mentioned.
Police mentioned raids are being carried out to seek for and arrest the opposite three absconding suspects.
Additionally learn: Official knowledge reveals 11 rape incidents reported in Pakistan day by day
The survivor of the sexual assault, in addition to her brother — the girl suspect’s husband — had been moved to a neighborhood hospital for medical therapy.
Rape circumstances and convictions in Pakistan
In line with official statistics, at the least 11 rape incidents are reported in Pakistan day by day, with over 22,000 circumstances filed throughout the nation within the final six years. Nevertheless, solely 77 — or 0.03% — of the accused have been convicted.
A complete of twenty-two,037 circumstances of sexual abuse have been registered since 2015, of which 4,060 circumstances had been pending within the courts. Sadly, solely 18% reached the prosecution stage.