RAWALPINDI: Two women were allegedly raped and two others kidnapped in different parts of the city, police said.

In the first incident, a woman from Lahore complained to the police that she came to Rawalpindi for a job four days ago. She said on reaching the city, she contacted a man who asked her to come to Khawaja Corporation Adiala Road. Later, he picked her and took her to a house in Mubarak Lane for a job interview.

She said the suspect locked her in a room and sexually assaulted her. Police registered a case against the suspect who is yet to be arrested.

The second rape incident was reported to the Naseerabad police. The victim said she had been in contact with a young man on phone for three months.

She said on Friday, the man asked to meet him at G.T. Road. She said as soon as she arrived there, the man took her to a friend’s home and subjected her to sexual abuse for three days.

She said on Monday, the suspect took her to a park in G-13 and escaped after leaving her there.

Mohammad Kamran, a resident of Chakala III, lodged an FIR with the Airport police that his wife had been kidnapped along with her son after she left her house for hospital.

Mohammad Azam lodged a similar complaint with the Dhamial police stating that his wife and daughter were kidnapped by unidentified persons on Friday.

Published in Dawn, July 27th, 2022

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