Pakistani gang rape victim & # 39; is raped by a police officer & # 39; after he has gone to the station to give details about the crime

The victim of the rape of a gang is raped by a police officer after he has gone to the station to provide information about the crime in Pakistan

  • The woman claims that the officer took her to a house on the pretext of an interview
  • He allegedly attacked her there, filmed it and threatened her if she reported it
  • She had gone to Ahmedpur East police station to report an earlier attack

A woman raped in Pakistan accused a police officer of raping her in a new attack when she reported the crime.

The woman, from the city of Uch Sharif in Pakistan, claims that the officer brought her to a house on the pretext that she wanted to interview her and then attacked her.

She also claims that the police officer filmed the attack and threatened her if she reported it to someone.

The assistant inspector has now been arrested, according to the English-language newspaper Dawn.

A woman in Pakistan claims that a police officer raped her after she went to a police station in Ahmedpur East (photo) to report a previous attack on a group rape

A woman in Pakistan claims that a police officer raped her after she went to a police station in Ahmedpur East (photo) to report a previous attack on a group rape

The woman had gone to the police station in Ahmedpur East to register the earlier case in which she was reportedly raped by two men.

She said the police officer summoned her on February 12 and claimed that he wanted to record her testimony.

The Pakistan police have had a new investigation this year amid a wave of fatal shootings of suspects.

In January, more than a dozen anti-terror officers were arrested after a middle-aged couple shot their 13-year-old daughter and another man.

Police initially claimed that the incident was a firefight with insurgents, but family members and witnesses said the police had killed the four in cold blood.

The shooting led to widespread indignation, with hundreds of mourners gathering in Lahore and chanting anti-police slogans.

Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said he was shocked when he saw the traumatized children who saw their parents shoot before their eyes.

Thousands of people have died in so-called & # 39; community killings & # 39; with police shooting suspects allegedly resisting arrests.

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