Maria Sarfraz, 11 years old, was kidnapped and repeatedly gang raped for three days, according to Sharing Life Ministry Pakistan (SLMP), in Distt, Sheikhupura.
The Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Tassaduq Hussain Gillani took suo moto notice, few days back, of rape incident with a minor Christian girl in Daska village. The report was immediately demanded for unnecessary delay in provision of justice to the mourned family, police harassment and compelling the suffered family to reach at an agreement with accused rapist, indicated to be powerful politically, APP reported. In addition, the CJP further wanted thorough investigation report of this case from the Inspector General of Police Punjab, Khan Baig.
In the meantime, another gang rape case occurred in Distt, Sheikhupura. Maria Sarfraz, 11 years old, was kidnapped and repeatedly gang raped for three days, according to Sharing Life Ministry Pakistan (SLMP). Maria went to attend school but members of political party seized the girl and took her to another city.
Her father Sarfraz Andrew went to the police station and registered a First Investigation Report (FIR) No. 272/14 on 25th April, 2014.
After three days, Maria was recovered and medical report proclaimed the she was being forcefully raped by the accused for three nonstop days.
Local police took Muhammad Safdar and Muhammad Mehboob under custody. The accused have political back ground and compelling the family to patch up.
The Girl’s grieved family had demanded justice from the CJP. Furthermore, the family wanted a strict legal action against the accused. They also argued to provide them with the security of life and properties claiming that rapist’s companions were intimidating them with terrible penalties for not compromising.
Family members told that the accused has also threatened them to burn the houses of the local Christians in the surrounding area, if they don’t compromise with accused.
Chairman SLMP, Sohail Johnson, told that rape cases of Christian girls are being reported on regular basis in the country. We essentially need to stop their ongoing practice. He requested the CJP to take precise actions straightway. SLMP is providing legal assistance to the victim’s family. He further added, it is disquieting situation that courts in the country are unfair and reluctant in minority cases.