Suspects involved in boy’s rape arrested in Rawalpindi

Published August 3, 2021
City Police Officer (CPO) Rawalpindi Mohammad Ahsan Younis immediately reached PS Kallar Syedan after the arrest of the suspects and received a briefing about the investigations. — AFP/File
City Police Officer (CPO) Rawalpindi Mohammad Ahsan Younis immediately reached PS Kallar Syedan after the arrest of the suspects and received a briefing about the investigations. — AFP/File

GUJAR KHAN: Two suspects wanted for their alleged involvement in the rape of a boy were arrested by Kallar Syedan police on Sunday night.

According to details, the case was registered in Kallar Syedan police station on the victim’s complaint on July 28. The victim informed police that the suspects raped him and recorded the incident by taking videos and pictures.

City Police Officer (CPO) Rawalpindi Mohammad Ahsan Younis immediately reached PS Kallar Syedan after the arrest of the suspects and received a briefing about the investigations from SP Saddar, DSP Kahuta and SHO Kallar Syedan.

CPO Ahsan said that a team has been formulated to deeply investigate the case under the supervision of DSP Kahuta Tahir Sikandar and the suspects would be challenged with strong forensic evidence.

Sexual assault and blackmailing of children and women can not be tolerated at any cost and strict action would be taken against the suspects involved.

Published in Dawn, August 3rd, 2021

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