Two arrested for ‘gang rape’

Published January 11, 2020
DIG Mohammad Ahsan Younas announced cash reward and commendation certificate for the investigation team. — APP/File
DIG Mohammad Ahsan Younas announced cash reward and commendation certificate for the investigation team. — APP/File

TAXILA: Wah Cantonment police on Friday arrested two men for allegedly gang raping a 13-year-old mentally challenged girl in village Miasian.

SP Potohar division Syed Ali while talking to newsmen here on Friday said father of the girl reported to police that two persons took his 13-year-old mentally challenged girl to their home where they gang raped her.

Meanwhile, City Police Officer, DIG Mohammad Ahsan Younas had lauded the efforts of the Wah Cantonment for arresting the culprits involved in sexual abuse case in a short span of time.

He also announced cash reward and commendation certificate for the investigation team.

Moreover, Chief Minister Usman Buzdar has also taken notice of the rape and directed the police officials concerned to ensure justice to the victim’s family.

Published in Dawn, January 11th, 2020

Opinion

Editorial

20 Jan, 2022

Too great a divide

THE government’s offer of talks to the opposition on electoral and judicial reforms is a welcome development in a...
Military inductees
Updated 20 Jan, 2022

Military inductees

Giving preference to military personnel for appointments in civilian roles is exposing them to unnecessary controversy.
20 Jan, 2022

Suu Kyi charges

MYANMAR’S ruling junta seems determined to spin a complicated legal web around Aung San Suu Kyi to ensure that the...
UAE targeted
Updated 19 Jan, 2022

UAE targeted

MONDAY’S deadly drone strikes by Yemen’s Houthi rebels targeting the UAE, and subsequent retaliatory attacks on...
19 Jan, 2022

New province debate

THE private bill introduced by a PML-N senator seeking a new province in south Punjab amounts to oversimplification...
19 Jan, 2022

Omicron in Karachi

WITH the wedding season in full swing, it is no surprise that the Covid positivity rate in Karachi has been touching...