- The event occurred on October 23, while the girl was staying with family at a flood relief camp.
- According to authorities, the suspect’s car has been impounded.
- They allege that raids are being carried out in order to apprehend more people.
A suspect in the gang rape of a young girl in the city’s Clifton neighbourhood has been apprehended.
According to sources, the suspect’s automobile has been confiscated and raids are being conducted to apprehend the other suspects.
According to sources, plans are being made for the suspect to undergo a medical examination, and further investigation is already underway.
As previously reported by Geo News, the incident occurred on October 23 in a flood relief camp where the girl was staying with family.
Following the incident, she was sent to Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Central for treatment. The child was between the ages of eight and nine, according to medical officials.
According to the surgeon’s office, the small girl’s medical evaluation confirmed that she had been the victim of gang rape.
CM Murad Orders The Arrest Of The Perpetrators
Sindh’s Chief Minister, Syed Murad Ali, took the unfortunate incident seriously and directed police to arrest those involved. In addition, he has requested that the girl’s other family members be placed in protective custody.
He dialled the number of Additional Inspector-General Karachi Javed Odho and remarked, “This is completely unacceptable and unforgivable. I want the guilty people imprisoned right away.”
The additional IG in Karachi informed the chief minister that the 9-year-old youngster and her six younger brothers and sisters lived with their mother near the Abdullah Shah Ghazi shrine. The family originated in the Shikarpur district.
She was kidnapped by two boys at 11 a.m. on Sunday night, raped in their car, and then abandoned there around 2.30 p.m. When her mother told her of her daughter’s plight, she rushed to the JPMC, where she was still undergoing treatment.
The CM was alerted after the SSP South got aware of the incident, submitted a first information report (FIR) at the Boat Basin Police station, and initiated an inquiry.
The additional IG Karachi has organised a police party to catch the perpetrators and hold them accountable.
The chief minister directed Adl IG Karachi to study local CCTV footage, locate their car and personnel, and arrest them. He also instructed him to employ DNA testing to track down the perpetrators.
The chief minister then directed Shahla Raza, the minister in charge of women’s development, to place the entire family in protective custody. The family has been accommodated in a female-only police station.