Three gang rape minor girl in Taxila
Wah Saddar police have registered a case against three suspects for confining and gang-raping a 14-year-old girl.
According to the FIR, the suspects contacted the minor girl through social media and threatened to spread objectionable videos of her online if she did not meet them. Out of desperation, she went to meet the suspects who abducted and confined her for three days, during the course of which they repeatedly gang-raped her.
The rape survivor’s father, a resident of Nawababad Wah Cantonment, in his complaint to the police further provided that she eventually escaped and told her family of her ordeal upon reaching home. A medical examination at the tehsil headquarters (THQ) hospital confirmed she had been sexually assaulted.
Police have launched a search for the suspects.
Robbers gang rape newlywed bride in Multan
Four bandits allegedly gang-raped a woman in front of her husband on her wedding night during the early hours of Wednesday, May 26, in Shujabad, Multan.
According to the rape survivor’s family, a wedding procession had departed from the bride’s home in Ghailyal, Lodhran on Tuesday afternoon and reached the bridegroom’s home at Mochipura by the evening. At around 3 AM, the residents of the home were awoken by a knocking at their door, and were greeted by three men in police uniform who demanded a search of the house for booze.
The disguised men then approached the couple’s room and knocked at their door. A fourth suspect, not wearing a police uniform, brandished his gun and held the family hostage for two hours while the remaining three proceeded to gang-rape the bride. The fourth suspect also later raped the woman.
The bandits also beat the couple for resisting, and looted the house of gold and Rs. 125,000 in cash. Upon being alerted of the matter, police shifted the couple to a hospital for treatment, while a medico-legal examination of the bride confirmed rape.
KP raises minimum wage to Rs. 21,000
Chief Minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mahmood Khan has approved a summary by the KP Minimum Wage Board on increasing the monthly minimum wage for workers in the province by Rs. 4,000. This constitutes a 25% increase from the previous minimum monthly wage of Rs. 17,000 to Rs. 21,000.
The KP Chief Minister also reiterated the provincial government’s commitment to support and provide relief to the destitute in the province in the upcoming budget.