TAXILA: Two teenage girls were abducted, kept in illegal confinement and sexually assaulted for four months allegedly by a landlord and his employee in the Khoar police station area of Pindigheb town in Attock.

The victim’s father, a labourer and resident of Sahowal village, reported to the police that his 16 and 18 years old daughters were abducted by the local landlord and his personal employee four months ago. He said the suspect kept is daughters in illegal confinement and raped them. Later, the girls escaped from their illegal confinement and reached their house and narrated their ordeal.

The police carried out their medical examination at the tehsil headquarters hospital Pindigheb which confirmed the sexual assault leading to the registration of a case against the suspects. However, no arrest has been made do far.

Moreover, a teenage girl committed suicide by shooting herself dead in the remote village of Chaab in Lakarmar area in the limits of Injra police on Sunday.

The police said that the 19-year-old girl was in distress due to domestic issues and on Sunday she closed herself in a room and shot her dead with a pistol. Police handed over the body to the relatives after an autopsy at the THQ hospital Jand.

Published in Dawn, August 29th, 2022

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