Home Tags Violence against children

Tag: Violence against children

Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 15th February 2021

0
Police on Sunday lodged a case against one Muneeb, a resident of Sohailabad in Dijkot, for abducting and sexually assaulting a six-year-old boy from his neighbourhood. The accused is currently at large. For more stories on human rights violations in Pakistan, keep reading.
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 13th February 2021

0
Steel Town police on Friday, February 12, announced the arrest of three men accused of abducting a college student from Gulshan-e-Hadeed and sexually assaulting her on February 9. DNA test results awaited before police can proceed with further legal action. For more stories on human rights abuses, keep reading.
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 4th February 2021

0
Acting on a tip from Interpol, FIA’s Cybercrime Wing arrested one Zaheer from Sialkot for distributing child pornography online. Harbouring suspicious of her character, Falak Sher of Chak 459 GB hacked his wife Ishrat to death for 'honour'. UET Peshawar, the UNHCR and the Commissionerate for Afghan Refugees sign MoU on creating academic opportunities and developing technical skills of Afghan refugees.
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 29th January 2021

0
Rawalpindi Additional District and Sessions court reserves verdict in the trial of one Waliullah Khan who raped and murdered his seven-year-old niece in November 2019. Counsel for juvenile offender who gunned down a blasphemy-accused in July 2020 contends ATCs have no jurisdiction in trying juveniles. Bahawalnagar ATC awards death to one Azhar Machi for raping and murdering a seven-year-old girl in Thengi Balochān, Chishtian in August 2019
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 25th January 2021

0
A Khudian Khas assistant sub-inspector (ASI) has been booked and detained for allegedly raping a woman at gunpoint; police however claim both the rape survivor and her husband are habitual offenders. Mardan police have arrested two of five suspects for gang-raping a married woman on January 20. A Dera Ghazi Khan man murdered his two minor daughters by setting them alight in bid to frame his third wife and her family.
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 22nd January 2021

0
Gujranwala man admits to killing wife for honour as well as his four children who saw him committing the crime by crushing their skulls; Lahore police nab three for abducting, raping and then murdering a 13-year-old boy whom they 'befriended' through the online game PUBG; Lahore man arrested for repeatedly raping his daughter over the course of two years
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 19th January 2021

0
Some 400 public and private institutions in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have formed inquiry committees under the purview of the province's workplace harassment laws; two suspects in case pertaining to alleged forced suicide of Dr. Maha refuse to submit DNA samples, stalling inquiry; two cousins have admitted to raping and murdering seven-year-old Momina Larik
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 18th January 2021

0
Relative's DNA confirmed match in the murder and rape of a seven-year-old girl in Khairpur district, police move to apprehend the suspect whose whereabouts are currently unknown; police arrest van driver for raping two minor boys in front of two other classmates in a seminary in Gujjar Garhi area of Mardan; Okara man guns down sister, disposes of her body in a canal following a domestic dispute.
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 16th January 2021

0
13 year old boy who had been lured by malicious persons via online game PUBG was found raped and murdered in Nankana Sahib two days after he had disappeared. Family claim that two other boys have disappeared from their area under similar circumstances, and that despite repeated complaints, the police failed to take the matter seriously.
Rights Watch

Rights Watch | 8th January 2021

0
Three men set fire to four girls in front of their parents in Lesharwali area of Muzaffargarh, two minors succumb to burns on the spot while the surviving girls are under treatment at a DHQ. Read more for news on the human rights situation.