- Younger lady alleges Lodhran DHQ hospital’s CDC supervisor and his colleague supplied her a job for Rs20,000
- Medical take a look at reviews of the survivor affirm she was sexually assaulted
- Punjab IGP has sought a report from Multan RPO, directed to make sure justice supplied on a precedence foundation
LODHRAN: Two authorities hospital workers have been launched on interim bail after being booked for allegedly gang-raping a younger lady they’d known as over on the pretext of a job alternative.
In line with the police, the younger lady has undergone a medical take a look at, the preliminary report of which confirmed that she was sexually assaulted.
Each workers members on the Lodhran district headquarters (DHQ) hospital are workers of the Punjab Main & Secondary Well being Care Division (P&SHD).
The survivor, in accordance with the police, alleged that the DHQ hospital’s CDC supervisor had supplied her a job for Rs20,000 and known as her in underneath the pretext of a job order earlier than allegedly gang-raping her alongside a colleague.
Police confirmed that each suspects had been out on interim bail.
The inspector-general of police (IGP) for Punjab, Inam Ghani, took discover of the traumatic incident and sought a report from Multan’s regional police officer (RPO).
IGP Ghani has additionally directed the involved authorities to make sure justice was supplied on a precedence foundation.