End Rape Pakistan || Akhir Kab Tak || Top Trending 2020
Pakistan came to international attention after politically sanctioned rape of Mukhtaran Bibi. The group “War Against Rape (WAR)” has documented the severity of rape in Pakistan, and the police indifference to it. According to Shahla Haeri, Women’s Studies professor, rape in Pakistan is often institutionalised and at times has the explicit approval of the state. According to a late lawyer Asma Jahangir, a co-founder of the women’s rights group Women’s Action Forum, up to 72% women that are in Police custody in Pakistan are physically or sexually abused.
Rape Statistics in Pakistan:
According to a study by Human Rights Watch, there is a rape once in every two hours and a gang rape in every eight. Asma Jahangir reported in a 1988 study of female detainees in Punjab that around 72% of the female detainees stated that they had been sexually abused while in custody.
According To General Public :
There really should be punishment for Rapists and child Abusers.
“Remember when zia-ul-haq ordered to hang the rapist along minar-e-pakistan and after that no rape case was registered in next 15 years.”
Everybody is a victim of frustration and a lot of factors are to be blamed but the one who leaves a mark on an innocent’s life should be tortured to death.
Rapers should be hang publicly . They do not deserve any soft corner. When this topic is discussed in our parliaments, some bastards are started crying humanity,humanity,humanity !
Go to hell Humanity
Stop these rape issues ….
Cursed Incidents of January 2018 :
In January 2018, a seven-year-old girl named Zainab Ansari was raped and strangled to death in Kasur. The incident caused nationwide outrage in Pakistan.
In the same month, a 16-year-old girl was raped and killed in Sargodha and a day later, in the same city, two men from an influential family intoxicated and sexually assaulted a 13-year-old boy.
In Faisalabad, on the same day, a 15-year-old boy was found dead. The later medical reports confirmed a sexual assault. A few days later, the dead body of a 3-year-old girl, named Asma, was found in Mardan, who had been reportedly missing for 24 hours. Her postmortem report pointed that she had been raped several times before she was brutally murdered.
Every city has its own story. There is blood under every rock, darkness in every society. But the Police is silent. Government is dumbfounded. Every day, a child, a woman, a girl is kidnapped and sexually assaulted and we as a nation remain quiet like dying trees in the middle of a cursed forest. A forest which has not seen spring for a long time.