Police arrest suspect with help of CCTV footage after identification by the victim.
Violence against children
Violence against children
Rawalpindi CPO says couple admitted to have subjected about 45 other women to the same treatment.
Najeebullah, 50, jumps into River Gilgit in front of the Gilgit-Baltistan Constitutional Assembly.
Witnesses, complainants to identify him in a lineup, says Rawalpindi CPO.
The team would probe the contents of the FIR and submit a report.
The victim’s father tells police that his neighbour took his teenage daughter to a house and sexually assaulted her.
Hospital’s spokesperson Dr Wasim Khawaja says she is still weak, and is having difficulty with speaking and movement.
Victim registers case against the suspect at Shaheed Asmatullah Khan Khattak police station of Naurang town.
Girl’s father says she had started talking to them but was still in a state of shock.
The suspect strangulated the girl at an under-construction house in Latifabad Unit-10 on July 8, says Hyderabad SSP.
The siblings had left their home in the GOR Colony to buy something but did not return home till late in the evening.
The two had left home on Monday to buy ice and went missing; the boy was found critically wounded and the girl dead.
The minor was abducted and raped after she went out to play; later found abandoned in bushes near her house, FIR states.
Mother says the 10-year-old girl was a regular student of the prayer leader of a local mosque for last several months.
Buzdar says police should take strict action against the people involved in such incidents.
Police have arrested the suspect and registered a case against him on rape charges.
Father claims his wife and her aunt allegedly burned his children with candles and tortured them during a ritual.
Parliamentarians suggest rigorous imprisonment for life in child sexual assault and murder cases instead of 14 years.
Sindh government says the victim will be provided medical, legal support and culprits will be brought to justice.
The situation was blamed on the lack of implementation of child rights related laws.
If we know of these horror at all, it is because enraged villagers staged protests against the local police.
Witnesses who helped police shift the body to hospital told mediapersons that the body carried visible torture marks.
The victim, identified as 10-year-old Farishta, disappeared from outside her house on May 15.
Two special investigation teams have been constituted by Islamabad IGP, according to a progress report of probe.
Senators Usman Khan Kakar and Kamran Michael condemned what they called state’s insensitivity in the Farishta case.
Pemra Chairman Saleem Baig says notices issued because the channels "violated the code of conduct".
PM Khan expresses displeasure over delay in the arrest of the police official who had refused to register a case.
The 10-year-old sustained critical burn injuries.
Victim's father says in FIR that police provided explanations instead of filing case or searching for missing girl.
Postmortem examination result awaited to confirm if girl was sexually assaulted before being murdered.