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  1. LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday expressed displeasure over failure of police in arresting the suspect of brutal rape-murder of eight-year-old Zainab in Kasur. Presiding over a meeting of provincial cabinet's Committee on Law and Order, the Punjab CM said that he was under extreme agony and stress due to this case and only wanted the arrest of the suspect. The meeting was briefed on the brutal rape and murder case by the Inspector General of Police (IGP). Addressing the participants, the chief minister said that facts should be brought before the public after the arrest of the suspect so that the victim's family could get justice. He said the killer should not escape justice and get exemplary punishment. Shehbaz further said that all requirements of justice would be fulfilled pertaining to the death of two persons in the firing incidents during violent protests in the city. The chief minister directed the IGP to daily visit Kasur to review progress on both cases and that he could use helicopter of the chief minister for this purpose.
  2. KASUR: Reham Khan on Saturday called upon Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif to take concrete steps to address the issue of child sexual abuse in the province and take immediate action against the culprit(s) behind the Kasur incident. Addressing media here, Khan said that the chief minister needs to conduct a ?surgical strike? against the culprit(s) responsible for the rape and murder of minor Zainab. ?The culprits should be handed exemplary punishment so that no one dares to look at our children with wrong intentions,? she said. Khan, the former wife of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan, requested media and political leaders to avoid politicising the tragedy, and instead play their role in creating awareness about the issue. Zainab killing: Police say same DNA found in eight rape, murder cases Police say DNA tests have confirmed that the same culprit carried out eight rape and murder of eight children, including Zainab Seven-year-old Zainab, a resident of Road Kot area of Kasur, was found raped and murdered this week after she went missing on January 4. Her body was discovered in a garbage pile near Kashmir Chowk five days later. The incident led to national outrage and violent protests by citizens in Kasur, in which two demonstrators were killed.
  3. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/75810730df2afa276a85fb7045a92215.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8xMi8yMDE4IDY6MDE6MzIgUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1kbGZqaTY2KzltRU1lSmN3ak5jM2t3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] KASUR: Father of yet another missing girl in Kasur on Friday alleged that police did not cooperate with them in finding their daughter, who was allegedly abducted two months ago. The incident was the 14th case in the series of kidnappings, which has wracked the small city of Punjab. Nadia Ansari, has been missing since two months from Kasur?s Phool Nagar, while her parents are still striving to have their daughter recovered. While speaking to Geo News, Younas Ansari said that for the registration of a case he went to the police station several times. Ansari, who is a labourer by profession, said he even informed about a suspected kidnapper but his voice was unheard. The family is still awaiting police action to trace their daughter and have her returned to safety. Zainab killing: Police say same DNA found in eight rape, murder cases Police say DNA tests have confirmed that the same culprit carried out eight rape and murder of eight children, including Zainab In August 2015, the country's biggest child abuse scandal was unearthed in Ganda Singh Wala area of Kasur, where around 400 videos were made of 280 victims of abuse by a gang of over 25 criminals. The recent rape and murder of seven-year-old Zainab led to national outrage and violent protests by citizens in Kasur in which two demonstrators were killed. Police said on Friday that DNA tests results have confirmed that the same culprit carried out the horrific rapes and murders of eight children in Kasur, including seven-year-old Zainab Amin. "One thing that is very clear [from DNA tests] is that in seven previous cases, and this is the eighth case, in which the same culprit carried out these horrific crimes," Inspector-General of Punjab police (IGP) Arif Nawaz Khan told Geo News. He said that police has not been able to match that DNA to any of the suspects interrogated so far. "We investigated almost 227 people, of which we narrowed down 67 suspects and carried out their DNA tests. But none of these results match those of the culprit," said the provincial police chief. The provincial police chief's statement confirms those of Punjab government spokesperson, Malik Ahmad Khan, who earlier today said that the suspect in the Zainab murder case is a serial killer who kidnaps and kills young girls.
  4. Sharaq aka Bobby was in grade six. Photo: Geo News KASUR: As the situation remains tense in Kasur after the brutal rape and murder of seven-year-old Zainab, in the same district, 80 kilometres West in Patoki, a bedridden Munnawwar Hussain demands justice for the murder of his child. ?Who is the cruel person who tortured my beautiful child so much,? the child?s father lamented. Hussain?s son, Sharaq aka Bobby, was found strangled to death in a field on Thursday. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/ad9ce7a9ae7ca8245fb1ab97dad6502e.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8xMi8yMDE4IDc6NTQ6NTMgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1zSjVVcG1abTZyTFRWTW9ZNVZGdmVBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] The sixth-grader was in the courtyard of his own home when according to his mother, Salma, someone called him to come out. ?My child was inside the home?he was in the courtyard, when someone called him outside in the evening,? the distraught mother told Geo.tv. ?He went outside and never came back. We tried to find him but were unsuccessful?some enemy took him away.? Hussain appealed to Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif to ?come witness his pain.? ?I request the chief minister [Shehbaz Sharif] to come and witness my pain. I am a father just like him [Shehbaz],? he said. ?Where did my child go, and why he was so intensely tortured...I want the murderers [to be caught].? ?I request the army chief to find the murderers and bring them to justice.? According to initial reports, Sharaq had gone missing after he was sent to school three days ago. In a press conference in Kasur, District Police Officer (DPO) Okara Muhammad Hassan said the police will not rest till the criminal is brought to justice. ?We are committing to you that we will work with the same commitment [that you have previously observed.],? DPO Hassan said. ?DPO Kasur and Regional Police Officer [RPO] Sheikhupura will personally supervise [the case].? ?Although [Kasur] is not my jurisdiction, I was sent here on the directives of the Punjab Inspector General of Police.? ?Okara police will also provide support and we will not rest till the criminal is brought to justice,? he said. The chilling incident has brought to light the existence of a serious child abuse issue in Kasur. According to data from Sahil ? an organisation that works on child protection with a special focus on sexual abuse ? out of the total cases of child abuse from January to June 2017, 62 per cent were reported from Punjab. The number of cases reported from rural areas amounted to 74 per cent, while the number of cases reported from urban areas increased by 10 per cent as compared to the comparable period in 2016. A public outcry broke out on social media after the recent rape and murder case of seven-year-old Zainab was reported by the media. Members of the civil society, including celebrities, social activists and local leaders, raised their collective voices to demand justice for the wronged child. The entertainment fraternity, earlier on Thursday, came to the fore to protest against the brutal rape and murder of a seven-year-old Zainab in Kasur. Famous Pakistani actress Mahira Khan, who is also a mother, was present along with other actors and artists at the Karachi Press Club to speak against the issue of child abuse. Mahira had called upon those in power to act and deliver justice not only to Zainab but all those before her as well. ?Those that are sitting in power it is their responsibility to bring justice. It is their responsibility to not just find the man who did this to Zainab, but to all the other cases before that.? Famous singer and social activist Shehzad Roy had also demanded that the culprits behind the rape and murder of seven-year-old Zainab should be given the strictest punishment.
  5. KARACHI: A session of the National Assembly, set to start at 10:30 am today, is likely to bring under heated discussion the rape and murder of a minor girl in Kasur which sent shockwaves across the country this week. The relevant minister will brief the House about the progress made so far to arrest the culprit(s), who raped and murdered seven-year-old girl Zainab before dumping her body in a pile of garbage ? in yet another heinous incident of its nature that triggered protests countrywide as enraged crowds demanded justice. Among the agenda of the House are the passage of COMSATS University Islamabad Bill, 2017 and the Federal Employees Benevolent Fund and Group Insurance (Amendment) Bill, 2017. The opposition is also expected to continue its protest against the delay in tabling of the FATA reforms bill in the house. Normalcy returns to Kasur after violent protests over Zainab's murder, rape Violent protests had erupted in Kasur following brutal rape and murder of seven-year-old Zainab Opposition parties, including the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) and Jamaat-e-Islami, as well as the civil society have strongly condemned the tragedy and demanded exemplary punishment for the suspect(s). PTI chairman Imran Khan came down hard on the provincial government over the incident. "The parents of the seven-year-old Zainab are also demanding justice from the army chief and chief justice, not the Punjab police and provincial government. The police which is supposed to protect people is busy protecting one family,? said Imran. PAT chief Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri demanded the suspension of Punjab law minister and inspector general of police over the incident. "The IGP, law minister, and home secretary should be suspended with immediate effect," he said, adding that the chief minister should also be summoned and suspended. Chairman of PPP Central Punjab Qamar Zaman Kaira also expressed deep regret over the rape and murder and the killing of two protestors on Wednesday. According to the Punjab government, this is the 12th such incident reported from Kasur.
  6. Markets in Kasur had been shut down in protest over the incident. Photo: Geo News KASUR: Normalcy seemed to return to Kasur on Friday after several days of protest following the discovery of seven-year-old Zainab's brutal rape and murder. Markets opened after being shut for at least two days as traders announced an end to their strike while traffic began plying on roads that had been blocked by enraged residents protesting the gruesome incident. The minor girl, a resident of Road Kot area of Kasur, had gone missing on January 4 when she ventured out of the house. Her body was found in a garbage pile near Kashmir Chowk five days later. As protests re-erupted in the city on Thursday, the house of local provincial lawmaker Naeem Safdar was ransacked. Police also failed to stop the protesters from ransacking the local government hospital. Violent protests against Zainab?s rape, murder continue in Kasur on second day Residents took to streets in protest, lawyers boycotted courts today Residents protested across the city, including Kali Pul Chowk, whereas the Ferozepur Road, linking Kasur to nearby towns and cities, also remained blocked. Moreover, protest demonstrations over the incident were held across the country, from Peshawar to Karachi. The funeral of the two protesters allegedly killed by the police firing, Shoaib and Mohammad Ali, was held in the city's college ground. Moreover, the funeral prayers of two protesters allegedly killed by police firing a day earlier were held on Thursday. Two policemen and as many civil defence officials have been held for firing on protesters while murder charges have been included in two FIRs registered against 16 unidentified policemen on the complaints of the deceased's brothers.
  7. PAT Chairman Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri on Thursday demanded the suspension of Punjab law minister and inspector general of police over the recent rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl in Kasur. Photo: Geo News LAHORE: Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) chief Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri on Thursday demanded the suspension of Punjab law minister and inspector general of police (IGP) over the recent rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl in Kasur. "If you eliminate the crime and punish the criminals, then make Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif, Home Minister Rana Muhammad Afzal, Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, and the IGP Captain (retired) Arif Nawaz Khan accountable," Qadri demanded at a press conference. "The IGP, law minister, and home secretary should be suspended with immediate effect," he said, adding that the chief minister should also be summoned and suspended. "We know that a powerful individual...powerful groups are behind each such incident. It is a network of criminals," the PAT chief said. He maintained that making low-ranking police officers OSD (officer on special duty) will make no difference. "Make Shehbaz and Sanaullah OSD, catch their MNAs and MPAs and then you'll find out the criminal network [operating] under them," said Qadri. Zainab rape, murder sparks outrage in Kasur An air of gloom, mixed with rage, hovers over Kasur, situated around an hour's drive from the Punjab capital of Lahore, following the discovery of the rape and murder of seven-year-old Zainab. The minor girl, a resident of Road Kot area of Kasur, had gone missing on January 4 when she ventured out of the house. Her body was found in a garbage pile near Kashmir Chowk five days later. 11 cases of child *** abuse reported in Pakistan every day: report The brutal rape and subsequent murder of seven-year-old Zainab is not a one-off incident As protests re-erupted in the city today, the house of local provincial lawmaker Naeem Safdar was ransacked. Police also failed to stop the protesters from ransacking the local government hospital. Residents are still protesting across the city, including Kali Pul Chowk, whereas the Ferozepur Road, linking Kasur to nearby towns and cities, remains blocked. Moreover, protests against the incident are being taken out across the country, from Peshawar to Karachi. Markets in Kasur are also closed in protest against the incident. Similarly, sporadic demonstrations were held outside the District Headquarters Hospital where protesters ransacked the premises, which was left devoid of equipment as well as security and medical staff. The Punjab Bar Council had also announced a complete boycott of courts today and demanded the immediate arrest of the killer(s). Later in the afternoon, protesters attacked the dera [camp office] of local PML-N MPA Naeem Safdar, and burnt furniture and cars in rage. Police resorted to tear gas shelling and use of water cannon to disperse protesters but failed to do so. Imran blames Punjab Police In a press conference in Islamabad, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan came down hard on the provincial government over the incident. Rape, murder of minor Zainab sparks outrage; two killed in Kasur protests Chief Justice takes suo motu notice after violent protests in Kasur and public outrage on social media "The parents of the seven-year-old Zainab are also demanding justice from the army chief and chief justice, not the Punjab police and the provincial government. The police which is supposed to protect people is busy protecting one family,? said Imran.
  8. Famous singer and social activist Shehzad Roy in a press conference on Thursday demanded that the culprits behind the rape and murder of seven-year-old Zainab should be given strictest punishment. Roy, who presented Geo News? programme ?Chal Parha? depicting state of the government schools in Pakistan, called the incident in Kasur heart-wrenching. ?To save the future Zainabs in Pakistan, better measures should be put in place,? said the musician. ?In Pakistan, out of every five children, one is subjected to sexual abuse,? said Roy, adding that the subject is still a taboo in the society. ?Most of the cases go unreported because there are laws for protection and we need to spread awareness about them? said the singer. Roy said that stopping children from going out will not be justifiable and people need to teach their children and save from mishaps.
  9. KASUR: A sixth-grader's body was recovered from a field in Kasur on Thursday. Sharaq aka Bobby had gone missing after he was sent to school three days ago, claimed the boy's parents. The body of the boy ? a resident of Patoki ? was recovered from a nearby village, Dholan Chak-27. The incident follows the recent rape and murder of a seven-year-old girl Zainab in Kasur. A public outcry broke out on social media after members of the civil society, including celebrities, social activists and local leaders who demanded justice for the child.
  10. Mohammad Ameen, father of the late Zainab KASUR: The ill-fated father of the seven-year-old Zainab, who was brutally raped and murdered earlier this week, has slammed the police for ?negligence in tracing out the culprit(s) in time? to save his daughter?s life. Speaking to Geo News a day after the discovery of the minor?s body and her burial, her father, Mohammad Ameen, said that prompt action by the police could have saved his daughter. ?The police showed negligence over the last five days. Prompt action by the police [in the days since her kidnapping] could have saved my daughter,? the grieving father said. The police did not seal or watch the [crime area] properly, he said. ?I was not even in Pakistan when my daughter was kidnapped,? he lamented. Asked if he recognised the man in the CCTV footage, where the person can been seen taking Zainab away, her father replied, ?No. We do not recognise the person in the CCVTV video yet.? But since the [suspect] was caught on tape then surely, in today?s age of technology the picture could have been optimised, Ameen said, adding that his ?daughter could have been rescued alive.? Also read: My Zainab is no more, all I want is justice: mother Zainab?s father said that Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has assured him that teams are investigating the crime and the culprit(s) will soon be caught and justice will be provided. CM Shehbaz Sharif visited Zainab's residence early Thursday morning. In his conversation with the deceased?s parents, Shehbaz promised not to rest until the culprit(s) responsible for the heinous crime is caught and punished. The chief minister constituted a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) on Wednesday headed by Additional Inspector-General Abubakar Khuda Bakhsh. The JIT also includes officials from the Inter-Services Intelligence and the Intelligence Bureau. Kasur in mourning after brutal rape, murder of minor Zainab Residents still out on streets, lawyers boycotting courts today in protest The city of Kasur remains in mourning for the third day today, as an air of gloom, mixed with rage, hovers following the brutal discovery of the rape and murder of the minor. Protests re-erupted today following a day of demonstrations on Wednesday after news of the incident sparked nationwide public outrage. Residents are protesting on Kali Pul Chowk, whereas the Ferozepur Road, linking Kasur to nearby towns and cities, remains blocked. Markets also remain closed in protest against the incident.
  11. Residents carry Zainab's body during her funeral in Kasur on Wednesday. Photo: AFP KASUR: An air of gloom, mixed with rage, hovers over Kasur, situated around an hour's drive from the Punjab capital of Lahore, following the brutal discovery of the rape and murder of seven-year-old Zainab. The minor girl, a resident of Road Kot area of Kasur, had gone missing on January 4 when she ventured out of the house. Her body was found in a garbage pile near Kashmir Chowk five days after her disappearance. Protests erupted in the city on Wednesday after news of the incident sparked nationwide public outrage. To add to the misery, police firing on protesters, who were venting their anger over the incident, left two people dead. Residents are still protesting on Kali Pul Chowk, whereas the Ferozepur Road, linking Kasur to nearby towns and cities, remains blocked. The Punjab Bar Council has announced a complete boycott of courts today and lawyers have demanded immediate arrest of the killer(s). Rape, murder of minor Zainab sparks outrage; two killed in Kasur protests Chief Justice takes suo motu notice after violent protests in Kasur and public outrage on social media Additional police contingents have been summoned to control the law and order situation. Meanwhile, the burial of the two protesters allegedly killed by the police firing, Shoaib and Mohammad Ali, is expected today. Their post-mortem report is also expected to be released today. Two policemen and as many civil defence officials have been held for firing on protesters while murder charges have been included in two FIRs registered against 16 unidentified policemen on the complaints of the deceased's brothers. They liked to race to aunt's house: Zainab's uncle Talking on Geo News' morning show Geo Pakistan Thursday morning, Mudassar, the paternal uncle of the victim, said Zainab and his son, seven-year-old Usman, would go to their aunt's house daily to read the Quran. He said that the two kids would often race to get there, and on that fateful evening Zainab went out first, followed by Usman, but wasn't at her Khala's house by the time Usman reached there. Mudassar also stated that he doesn't recognise the man walking next to Zainab in the CCTV footage, saying that the potential suspect is forcibly holding her arm in the video. Punjab CM vows not to rest till suspect(s) caught Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif visited Zainab's residence early Thursday morning. In his conversation with the deceased?s parents, Shehbaz promised not to rest until the culprit(s) responsible for the heinous crime is brought to book. geo_embedgallery The chief minister was accompanied by senior government officials and the Punjab government spokesperson. Moreover, overnight, officials of an intelligence agency collected evidence and recorded the statements of victim Zainab's family. 'Strangled to death, raped multiple times' Zainab's initial postmortem report stated that she was strangled to death after being raped multiple times. However, officials said the exact cause of death would be determined after further forensic examination. My Zainab is no more, all I want is justice: mother Zainab was laid to rest after her funeral prayers were offered for the second time Zainab's parents claimed that police did not cooperate in finding their child after she went missing. "If the police would have acted immediately, the culprit would have been caught," said Zainab's father. The funeral prayers of the deceased were offered Wednesday afternoon, led by Pakistan Awami Tehreek?s Tahirul Qadri. Zainab was laid to rest later in the evening. Suo motu notice Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Saqib Nisar also took suo motu notice of the case later on Wednesday, ordering the Punjab Inspector General of Police to submit a report to the court within 24 hours. Earlier that day, responding to the parents' appeal, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa issued directives for all-out support to the civil administration to arrest the criminals and bring them to exemplary justice. Lahore High Court Chief Justice Mansoor Ali Shah had also taken notice of the incident and summoned reports from the Kasur sessions judge and police officials. 11 cases of child *** abuse reported in Pakistan every day: report The brutal rape and subsequent murder of seven-year-old Zainab is not a one-off incident The chief minister also constituted a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) headed by Additional Inspector-General Abubakar Khuda Bakhsh. The JIT, which also includes officials from the Inter-Services Intelligence and the Intelligence Bureau, was ordered to submit its report within 24 hours. Protests, police firing At least two people were killed and one injured when police opened fire on protesters who had broken into the DC Office on Wednesday while protesting the incident. Video from the protests showed some policemen opening straight fire on protesters. Enraged protesters vandalised public property and cars inside the vicinity along with pelting stones at police officers. One of the protesters shared that seven minor girls were kidnapped last year, yet the police failed to arrest a single suspect. Two suspects involved: Punjab law minister Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah said Wednesday two people were suspected to be involved in the rape and murder of Zainab, adding they will be arrested soon and given an exemplary punishment. He also challenged the narrative pertaining to police?s inaction in the case, adding that the police were in contact with the minor?s family constantly and conducting an investigation. When asked about lack of police action regarding similar cases in Kasur, Sanaullah remarked that all the cases are of different nature. It?s not that there is just one suspect behind all the incidents whom the police have failed to arrest, he said. The CCTV footage shows that the minor was walking with someone she knew. ?It was either someone from her family, neighbourhood or servant,? the minister speculated. Zainab?s murderers will be given exemplary punishment: Rana Sanaullah Punjab law minister refused to share further detail of investigation On the violent protests in Kasur, he remarked that the people should control their emotions in such situations and not cause harm to public property. ?It is worrisome that some people are resorting to violence, arson. I request people to stay calm and exercise patience.? Sheikhupura Regional Police Officer Zulfiqar Hameed said it was not correct to term the incident negligence on the part of the police. The minor's family provided the CCTV footage and neighbours also helped in the case but it is incorrect to think that police is being negligent, Hameed said. Hameed also said that 96 samples of DNA have been sent for testing, adding that the police hope to find a DNA match in at least five cases. Earlier, Kasur District Police Officer Zulfiqar Ahmed revealed that over 5,000 people have been questioned in eight cases related to minor girls being allegedly raped and then murdered in the city, while medical checkups of 67 individuals have taken place. Ahmed was later removed from office and made an officer on special duty (OSD). On February 25 last year, a seven-year-old girl was allegedly raped and then strangled to death in Kasur. According to reports, her body was found at an abandoned house near her residence in Ali Park. The victim's family and neighbours had protested by blocking Lahore Road demanding justice. In August 2015, the country's biggest child abuse scandal was unearthed in Ganda Singh Wala area of Kasur, where around 400 objectionable videos were made of 280 victims of abuse by a gang of over 25 criminals.
  12. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/c5d6e635499cebbf13b840919cd1edbe.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MS8xMC8yMDE4IDI6MTI6MTUgUE0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT1oYmJLNWdrTWduZUUxaEh3eWh0S0l3PT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] The alleged rape and murder of a minor girl in Kasur has resulted in anger and grief countrywide. The seven-year-old was allegedly raped multiple times and then murdered - in what is being reported as the 12th gruesome incident of child abuse to have hit Kasur in the last one year. Protests erupt in Kasur after alleged rape, murder of minor girl Lahore High Court Chief Justice and Punjab CM have taken notice of the incident Police said the minor, a resident of Rod Kot area of Kasur, was kidnapped on her way to a tuition centre on January 5. Her body was found in a garbage pile near Kashmir Chowk after four days. Politicians, celebrities and sportsmen took to social media to condemn the incident and demanded justice. Nobel Peace prize winner and activist for girls right to education, Malala Yousafzai demanded that the government take action. Pakistan Peoples Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari expressed his sympathies and solidarity with the bereaved family and demanded that Pakistan re-evaluate how it deals with such horrific crimes, specially against children. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan condemned the incident and pointed how unsafe children were in our society. PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz Sharif demanded exemplary punishment. Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif said he will not rest till the perpetrators are brought to justice. Actress Mahira Khan demanded that the culprit(s) be handed exemplary punishment for the crime. Mawra Hocane expressed her shock at the incident. Actress Hareem Farooq took to Twitter to express her grief. Fahad Mustafa also expressed his grief on social media: Cricketers grieved the brutal rape and murder. Wahab Riaz prayed for patience for the ill-fated parents of the girl. "I am heart broken, gutted and disgusted what sort of society we r living in.. heart goes out to the parents... #JusticeForZainab," tweeted Mohammad Amir. "Being a Father just can?t imagine the pain of parents after this, condolences to her parents & alarming situation to society we r living in.. Govt should do prompt action against the culprit & give justice to ZAINAB," Mohammad Hafeez shared. Junaid Khan called for political issues to be set aside and asked everyone to join hands to find a solution to prevent such crimes. Shadab Khan tweeted: Najam Sethi tweeted: Cricketer Azhar Ali tweeted:
  13. Police sketch of Kasur suspect Police have released a sketch of a suspect believed to be in involved in the alleged rape and murder of an eight-year-old whose body was discovered in a garbage pile on Tuesday. The minor had been abducted on January 5. Violent protests have erupted in the city, with protesters demanding the immediate arrest of those involved in the incident. During a news conference, RPO Sheikhupura Range, Zulfiqar Hameed said it was not correct to term the incident negligence on the part of the police. While speaking to media, he shared that the minor was strangled to death after being raped and everyone is grieving over the incident. "The minor's family provided the CCTV footage and neighbours also helped in the case but it is incorrect to think that police is being negligent, Hameed said. He remarked that footage reviewing footage from more than a dozen CCTVs installed in the area is an arduous task. However, police travelled quite far to search and review the footages. The RPO assured that all possible steps will be taken for the sake of security. Zulfiqar Hameed shared that 96 samples of DNA have been sent for testing, adding that police hope to find DNA match in at least five cases. Earlier, DPO Kasur, Zulfiqar Ahmed revealed that over 5,000 people have been questioned in eight cases related to minor girls being allegedly raped and then murdered in the city, while medical checkups of 67 individuals have taken place. The police official added that police is using video from CCTV as part of the investigation.
  14. Politicians have condemned the Kasur incident in which an eight-year-old was allegedly raped and murdered. The body of the minor identified as Zainab was found in a garbage pile on Tuesday, police said she was kidnapped on January 5. Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari termed the rape and murder shocking. Bilawal was critical of the provincial government, demanding immediate action against the culprits. ?Ten incidents of minors? rape and murders had been reported in Kasur and eleven in Sheikhupura alone last year. It seems some parts of Punjab have been turned into hell for the children, especially the girls but Sharif brothers appear to have abandoned their duty as rulers,? the PPP Chairman said in a statement. Former President Asif Ali Zardari said this crime was unforgivable. Expressing grief over the incident, the former president directed PPP leaders to offer legal and other assistance to the family. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman in a tweet said: ?The condemnable and horrific rape of the minor had once again exposed how vulnerable children are. ?This is not the first time such horrific acts have happened. We have to act swiftly to punish and ensure that our children are protected.? PTI's Arif Alvi also demanded that the "culprits must be found and punished". Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif also spoke up against the incident, demanding immediate punishment of the culprits. "The beasts who have disrespected our daughters should be punished immediately," he said. He stressed that an example should be made of such beasts so that "no one has the courage to engage in such repugnant acts." PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz called for the culprits to not only be brought to justice but also made an example of. Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has taken notice of the incident and demand immediate action. Shehbaz Sharif also presided over a meeting of police and administration officials. Made it absolutely clear to them that lip service would not work. I want the culprits involved in this heinous crime behind the bars. Those failing in their duties will be proceeded against. Very painful incident!" the chief minister tweeted. Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah while speaking to Geo News assured that the suspect would be arrested in a few hours. When asked about lack of police action regarding similar cases in Kasur, Sanaullah remarked that all the cases are of different nature. It?s not that there is just one suspect behind all the incidents whom the police have failed to arrest, he said.
  15. A seven-year-old girl was allegedly raped multiple times and then murdered in Kasur The alleged rape and murder of a minor girl in Kasur has resulted in anger and grief countrywide. The seven-year-old was allegedly raped multiple times and then murdered - yet another gruesome incident of child abuse to have hit Kasur in recent years. Protests erupt in Kasur after alleged rape, murder of minor girl Lahore High Court Chief Justice and Punjab CM have taken notice of the incident Police said that the minor, a resident of Rod Kot area of Kasur, was kidnapped on her way to a tuition centre on January 5. Her body was found in a garbage pile near Kashmir Chowk after four days. An initial postmortem report stated that the minor was strangled to death after being raped multiple times. Celebrities, cricketers and political leaders strongly condemned the incident and demanded justice. Actress Mahira Khan demanded that the culprit(s) be handed exemplary punishment for the crime. Actress and social activist Nadia Jamil tweeted her agony at the news. Mawra Hocane expressed her shock at the incident. Cricketers grieved the brutal rape and murder. Wahab Riaz prayed for patience for the ill-fated parents of the girl. "I am heart broken, gutted and disgusted what sort of society we r living in.. heart goes out to the parents... #JusticeForZainab," tweeted Mohammad Amir. "Being a Father just can?t imagine the pain of parents after this, condolences to her parents & alarming situation to society we r living in.. Govt should do prompt action against the culprit & give justice to ZAINAB," Mohammad Hafeez shared. Junaid Khan called for political issues to be set aside and asked everyone to join hands to find a solution to prevent such crimes. Shadab Khan tweeted: Political leaders condemned the incident in the strongest of terms. Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif said he will not rest till the perpetrators are brought to justice. PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto demanded immediate action against the culprit(s). PML-N leader Maryam Nawaz Sharif demanded exemplary punishment. PTI chief Imran Khan called for the need to protect children in the society.
  16. KASUR: A man axed to death his wife and three daughters in Kasur's Sabria area and then presented himself for arrest at a nearby police station. A man named Hanif,who worked as a gardener in a government school, took this extreme measure , however, the real reason behind the killings is yet to be known. The suspect locked his wife and daughters in a room and then hacked them to death. Police has sent the bodies for post-mortem and started investigation from all angles. The suspect has not given his statement to police as yet, therefore, the real motive is not known. It was reported that the suspect had disagreements with family members due to bad financial condition.
  17. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/7d1db47f245eef7a81dfa818ba21469f.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Ny8yNC8yMDE3IDY6MTA6MTcgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT05Z2NkU1dDdHRRYm5IN3NGZFFWalFBPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] LAHORE: Residents of Kasur organised a rally to protest the failure of concerned authorities to crack down on criminals involved in raping and then murdering minor girls. Cases of rape and murder have seen a rise in the city over the past few months. Participants of the rally said at least eight minor girls have been raped and then murdered in the past few days, but the accused have not been arrested yet. The rally started from Railway Station Chowk and stopped at Adda Lilyani where the participants raised their voice against the heinous crimes. Although police claimed of making some arrests in the cases, the protesters said they wanted to be informed who the accused were. The protesters chanted slogans against the police and demanded they be heard. Seven-year jail, Rs0.7m fine for child abuse The Senate on Friday passed a bill which for the first time makes sexual assault against minors, child pornography and trafficking a punishable act. The Senate passed a bill in 2016, making sexual assault against minors, child pornography and trafficking a punishable act, but the incidents continue to take place unabashedly. A child sexual abuse scandal in Husain Khanwala village of Kasur continues to haunt the locals, with this latest wave of yet other such incidents adding to the pain of the sufferers. Around two years ago, local gangs abused and filmed hundreds of children in the village. They were said to be an organised gang of criminals who would also sell the videos later.
  18. KASUR: A suspect under police custody was shot dead in an alleged police encounter near Khudian area here late Sunday night, police said. The security authorities reacted by shooting at arrested suspect Riffat Baba?s accomplices when they opened fire in an attempt to help him escape. However, the arrestee was killed by the police?s retaliatory firing. Riffat Baba had reportedly shot dead a journalist a few days back and was involved in 14 cases. Suspected robber killed in Sahiwal 'encounter' The encounter occurred after law enforcers chased a suspect who was freed from police custody by his accomplices Two alleged robbers killed in police encounter Family members said Munawar and Shafi were innocent On the other hand, an alleged police encounter near Gujranwala?s Awan Chowk led to two dacoits being killed when their accomplices shot at a police van, a police spokesperson stated. While being transported in a police mobile to recover weapons, the two suspects? accomplices opened fire, to which the police responded with reactionary gunfire, the spokesperson added. Amid the chaos, both arrestees got killed by their own accomplices? firing. The accomplices, however, managed to escape.
  19. KASUR: A suspect, identified as Riffat Baba, under police custody was shot dead in an alleged police encounter near Khudian area here late Sunday night, police said. The suspect?s accomplices opened fire on the police in an attempt to help him escape. Riffat Baba was shot dead in retaliatory firing by the police. Riffat Baba had reportedly shot dead a journalist a few days back and was involved in 14 other cases. Suspected robber killed in Sahiwal 'encounter' The encounter occurred after law enforcers chased a suspect who was freed from police custody by his accomplices Two alleged robbers killed in police encounter Family members said Munawar and Shafi were innocent Dacoits killed in Gujranwala On the other hand, an alleged police encounter near Gujranwala?s Awan Chowk led to two dacoits being killed when their accomplices opened fire on a police van, a police spokesperson said. While being transported in a police van to recover weapons, the two suspects? accomplices opened fire, to which the police responded with reactionary gunfire, the spokesperson added. Amid the chaos, both arrestees got killed by their own accomplices? firing. The accomplices, however, managed to escape. Suspect nabbed in Karachi Counter-Terrrorism Department (CTD) arrested early Monday morning a suspect, identified as Sheeraz Ahmed, during an operation in Rizvia area of Karachi. According to the CTD, the suspect would molest children and then upload those videos on the internet. A mobile phone, computers and video-making equipment was seized from the suspect?s possession.
  20. KASUR: Three suspected robbers were gunned down in an alleged encounter in Kasur late Thursday, while two of their accomplices managed to flee. The encounter took place in Raja Jang area of Kasur, when the robbers were looting citizens in Orara village, police said. The dacoits opened fire as soon as they spotted the law enforcers. In retaliatory fire, three suspected robbers were killed, while two of their accomplices fled away from the scene. Officials also claimed to have recovered weapons and a motorbike from the scene. Police said a manhunt was underway for suspects on the run.