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|10-26-2010, 12:19 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Hyderabad sindhi girl rape case of kipro girls report
Hyderabad Khipro girls Rape case is closed reported the news,
KARACHI: “I (feel that I) have died, and with me, so have my mother and father,” says Z, who was allegedly gang-raped by four men in Khipro town in Sanghar district last September.
Z was 14 and a student of Class 8 when she was allegedly raped by the men, who reportedly not only filmed the incident but also posted a video of it on the internet.
Months after an FIR was registered in Khipro, the communities involved remain on the brink of confrontation. The case has developed into a volatile ethnic issue, as Z’s family (Bhaiyo) is Sindhi and the accused men belong to the Qaimkhani community. Sindh-based nationalist parties supported the victim’s family and demanded for justice to be served, while the police confirmed that the accused were guilty.
The FIR states that the incident occurred when Z went to a friend’s house after school, she was allegedly drugged over there and then subsequently raped at the friend’s house.
The heinous act has allegedly been committed by her friend’s brother and his three friends. Z was later found unconscious at the doorstep of her own house two days after the incident.
The victim’s uncle Dr Mohammad Amin, who filed the FIR, told Express News, “The incident is very unfortunate. I have never heard of or seen such a case. We are poor people and we appeal to human rights groups and Muslims. Such incident should not have happened in a Muslim country.”
The Qaimkhani community says that if the men are guilty they should be punished, but the community’s women should not be dragged into the case. The victim has named the three sisters of one of the accused – Danish Mahmood – in the FIR as well.
While the four accused are in jail, the Mahmood family believe the women have been named as a score-settler. The women’s brother Minhaj Mahmood contacted The Express Tribune to provide documentary evidence of their stand.
The Mahmood family claims that not only had the three accused women never met the victim, two of them were not even in Khipro on September 28 when the crime was allegedly committed. They say that one of the sisters, Tehreem, was in Tando Allahyar, where she lives with her in-laws. Another, Nayab, was attending classes at the Liaquat University of Medical and Health Sciences in Jamshoro that day. Minhaj claims his youngest sister Farasat and the victim did not know each other because they went to different schools and studied in different classes.
Last edited by j@smeen; 02-14-2015 at 02:30 AM.