Skip to comments.Teachers rape 15 minor male students in Pak
Posted on 11/20/2023 2:42:29 PM PST by Jyotishi
Lahore -- At least 15 minor male students at a seminary were allegedly raped by two teachers in Pakistan’s Punjab province, police said on Monday, days after the suspects were arrested.
The incident took place in Chakwal district, some 275 km from Lahore, Punjab Inspector General Police (IGP) Usman Anwar told reporters here. Both the teachers, identified as Zeeshan and Anis, have been arrested and are being interrogated, he said. “The two teachers of a seminary in Chakwal district sexually assaulted at least 15 male students, aged between 10 and 12. The number may increase during the course of the investigation,” the IGP said.
The statements of all the 15 victims and their parents have been recorded. The children have also undergone medical examination and rape has been confirmed, he said.
Knife and bite marks have also been found on the victims’ bodies, police said. Police have also taken an administrator of the seminary into custody.
The scandal came to the fore when the father of one of the victims approached the Punjab police last Friday seeking help.
The father said he visited his son at the boarding seminary on Friday. “Seeing me my son broke into tears and narrated the story of rape and torture inflicted on him by his two teachers. He also said that he was not a lone victim as his other classmates were also subjected to sexual assault at the hands of Zeeshan and Anis,” police officer Wahid Mahmood quoted the victim’s father as saying to police.
Based on the man’s statement, a police team raided the seminary and arrested both the teachers and recorded the statements of the victims who said that the two paedophiles would torture them for refusing to submit to them.
District Police Officer Captain (Retd) Wahid Mehmood told the Dawn newspaper that a team of the Punjab Forensic Science Agency visited the crime scene and collected DNA samples.
“We have also recovered a knife that suspects used to inflict cut marks on the bodies of students.” According to the FIR, the suspects wrote ‘Z’ on the victims’ bodies.
Mehmood said that the management of the seminary was informed a month ago about the abuse.
Punjab caretaker chief minister Mohsin Naqvi has assured the victim families that “instant justice” will be provided to them. He said the suspects would face the maximum punishment for the heinous crime.
“A task has been given to the IGP and the prosecution secretary to ensure that perpetrators of the horrific crime are punished as soon as possible,” he said.
There have been constant incidents of rape of seminary students by their teachers in Pakistan. Rights and civil society activists have been demanding that the government introduce a strong monitoring mechanism at seminaries to control rape incidents.
This is news?
It’s what Muslims do.
I’m not so surprised.
“Both the teachers, identified as Zeeshan and Anis”
Anus? They write themselves...
Islam, the religion of take a Piece....
I am sure that it was mostly peaceful rape.
Zee sham and Anus
Two buddies from Sodom who tried to anally rape angels, elohim of YWHW.
Let them feel the wrath of G_d.
The reporting on this is poor.
Pakistan has a large Muslim population (96+%) compared to the tiny Christian and Hindu populations.
In the West, we tend to think of seminaries as Christian Educational institutions. But that does not appear to be the case here.
The seminary appears to be a Muslim Madrassa that used popular Dars-i-Nizami study curriculum. I think this is basically the culture of neighboring Afganistan, where it is very common for men to prey on young boys. It is also the culture that gave us 9/11.
The jurga has sentenced the teachers’ sisters to be raped to restore the honor of the insulted families.
“It is also the culture that gave us 9/11.”
That is, Islamic or Muslim culture.
The article doesn’t say Muslim seminary. Why?
It is a “madrasa”, hence Islamic:
Naqvi visits Chakwal, assures seminary students of justice
November 20, 2023
Regional, Lahore, Newspaper
Lahore - Punjab Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi reached Chakwal on Sunday and met madrasa students who were subjected to molestation and torture by some teachers and assured them and their parents of complete justice.
According to a handout issued here, the CM acquired information about the incident and remarked that those responsible would not be able to go Scotfree. “Children are our future and it is our responsibility to provide them justice,” he said and promised that harsh punishment would be given to the culprits.
The CM was informed that both the accused had been arrested after their identification through CCTV cameras. Talking to the media later on, the CM said, “We feel a lot of sorrow and shame over the incident. Every madrasa is not bad and few people had committed an evil and immoral act.” He said the inspector general of police (IGP) had been assigned the task of investigating the case and secretary prosecution would perform his duty diligently during the court proceedings.
The CM ordered for taking care of privacy of the affected children. “We honour the decision of not holding a medical. I request the local media not to make public the names and pictures of the affected children,” he requested. “The affected children need to be brought out of trauma and their normal life needs to be restored. We will restore studies of the children and will also get them out of trauma,” promised Mohsin Naqvi.
The CM directed the commissioner and deputy commissioner for undertaking measures for education and rehabilitation of the affected children.
The IG Police, Doctor Usman Anwar, RPO Rawalpindi, Commissioner Rawalpindi, DPO Chakwal and Deputy Commissioner Chakwal were also present.
Death by bunga-bunga
Was this article purposely written to sound like a Christian School?
You’re correct. The author doesn’t seem to rile up Muslims. Isn’t this the trend among the MSM?
I guess no goats were available for molestation。
Yuppers, females are unclean while males are clean in true Islam.
Oh almost forgot, inshallah!
Is that allowed here?
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