Pakistan: Entered the house with weapons, tied up the husband, then gang-raped the wife
Islamabad, 06 June : A case of gang-rape with a pregnant woman has come to light in Pakistan. The case is of Punjab province. According to media reports, five people together committed such a heinous act with a pregnant woman. According to the report of Daily Pakistan, five armed criminals entered the woman’s house in Jhelum city of Punjab province and assaulted her family, then tied her husband with a rope and raped the woman in turn.
After this traumatic incident in Jhelum, the police has started a search operation against the criminals. At the same time, police officials said that the medical test of the pregnant woman has been completed and the victim’s blood sample has also been sent to Lahore for forensic examination.
Karachi woman gang-raped
Let us tell you that last month, a 25-year-old woman from Karachi was gang-raped by some people in a moving train. Criminal cases against women have increased in many areas of the country. With this, a question mark has been put on the rights and safety of women in Pakistan.
rape in moving train
In the case of rape in a moving train, three people including a ticket checker have been accused of rape. According to the information, the victim was the mother of two children. CNN quoted Pakistan’s Ministry of Railways as saying that a 25-year-old woman was going from Karachi to Multan.
Tempted to travel in AC compartment
According to the information, some people seeing the opportunity told the woman that they are giving her a place in the AC coach. When the woman fell in the guise of those devils, they saw the opportunity and raped the woman. The woman asked those devils not to do such acts, but the veil of lust had gone over the heads of those accused, and together they played with the honor of those women.
what does the report say
Data provided by the Punjab Information Commission in February shows that a total of 2,439 women were raped and 90 killed in the name of “family honour” in the province during the past six months.
According to last year’s ‘Global Gender Gap Report 2021’, Pakistan is ranked 153 on the Gender Equality Index out of 156 countries. A recent report by the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) states that in Pakistan, at least 11 rape cases are reported daily with over 22,000 such incidents in police stations in the last six years (2015-21).
The report states that society gives unfair advantage to criminals by blaming the victims. Instead of a decline in the number of cases, there has been a sharp increase with a conviction rate of less than 1 percent overall. In 22,000 cases, only 77 accused were found guilty and the conviction rate is around 0.3 per cent, the report said.
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In a heinous crime in Pakistan, a pregnant woman was gang-raped by five men in the Punjab province, according to media reports.