Monday, 28 November 2011

Is This A Religious Thing or Are Pakistani Men Just F *CK*D In The Head?

Pakistani Security Guard Sexually Assaults Two Sisters at School

The Nation KHANEWAL - Two minor British national Pakistani twin sisters, studying at the City Public School, were sexually assaulted by school security guard, while the school principal forcing their parents for compromise on the matter.
Father of the victims, Mian Junaid Khaliq and step-mother demanded Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, Inspector General of Police, RPO, DPO and DCO Rashid Mehmood to take legal action against the responsible and the school administration for supporting the offenders. 
According to details, 6-year-old twin sisters Safa and Marwah were the student of KG class in the City Public School Khanewal, during recess, the school lady-servant (Aaya), Shamin Bibi, told both the sisters that their some relatives were waiting for them in the guard’s room of the school. When both the sisters and lady-servant reached the guard room, security guard Aftab was sitting alone there. 
Shamim Bibi, after handing over the innocent girls to the security guard, slipped out of the room and the guard started sexual torturing both the sisters. They started crying for help and both succeeded to come out from grip of the guard and managed to reach their class teacher and principal but both officials reprehensibly ignored the incident. 
The victim sisters told their step-mother about the incident at home. Next day, school principal Rubana Fahim and some teacher forced the step-mother of the victim students to compromise on the matter and not to go to police, which would effect repute of the school. While, principal Rubana Fahim said she would terminate both security guard and lady-servant. 
Mother and father of Safa and Marwah have demanded the DPO Khanewal for registering a case against the responsible. Father Junaid Khaliq has told the media that he is very disappointed with the situation, because he believed that his daughters would get Islamic education and awareness about Islamic culture in the Pakistani school but now he is sending his daughters to the UK. He warned if legal action is not taken against the responsible, he will also involve the British High Commission in Pakistan in the case. 
Principal Rubana Fahim is avoiding the media to give her version, and refused to meet newsman in her office.

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