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Will there be Justice in the Murder and Gang Rape of a Pakistani Girl?

Justice not ensured in murder and gang rape case of Pakistani Christian minor girl

ICC Note:

In August a young Christian girl in Pakistan was gang raped by five Muslim men and murdered. Her father is still awaiting justice and is hopeful that the courts will bring justice to her killers.

11/25/2012 Pakistan (Pakistan Christian Post)- A Christian minor girl from Sahiwal, a city in Punjab, Pakistan, was murdered in the month of August 2012 after being "gang raped" by a group of five Muslim men.

Her father Rafique Masih told Chief of LEAD and President PCC Lahore that he was satisfied with the role of police officials and hopeful for justice from Pakistani courts.

He also shared that he was under heavy debt which he had taken from the owner of brick kiln. He is receiving death threats and warning to take back his complaint against the culprits.

He said thanks for legal support which is providing him through Advocate Javed Sohotra on behalf of LEAD in this case.

He also said thanks for a little bit financial support which LEAD has provided to his family, he also requested to support in paying the debt back to brick kiln owner who is demanding work against the debt money and making him compelled to work on his brick kiln factory.

He also shared that he and his wife and children were feeling insecure after this tragic incident happened with his family.

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