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The world protest for Zainab’s cold-blooded murder

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Zainab’s cold-blooded murder and rape have left the people from around the world in fury.

People outside Pakistan too are extending their solidarity and wishes for the victim and her family. Campaign ‘Justice for Zainab; has become the top trend globally on social media.

Protestors throughout the world are posting messages of condemnation remorseful on social media through. Processions and candlelight vigils were held in cross-border India to express the solidarity with the victim and her family.

Civil society says had the government convicted the culprits of Kasur child abuse scandal in 2015, Zainab and other minor girls could have been saved from the heinous incident.

Not just in Pakistan but people from all over the world are demanding a merciless justice for the culprits. In Pakistan, people demand the outright public hanging of the perpetrator.

India too is facing the rising problems of sexual abuse against children. The statistics in Pakistan to give a dreadful picture.

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The recent statistics suggest child abuse in Pakistan has risen by 10% in the last year. Nearly 11 children are reported to be abused daily in Pakistan. The statistics also suggest that minor girls are three times more prone to sexual abuse than boys of their age.

According to reports in media, 12 other girls including Aiman, Fatima, Fauzia, Noor Fatima, Sana, Asma, and Laiba were among minors kidnapped from the suburbs of Kasur in 2017 and whose dead bodies were later recovered from different parts of the city.

People outside Pakistan too are extending their solidarity and wishes for the victim and her family.  Campaign ‘Justice for Zainab; has become the top trend globally on social media.

Sahil, an organization that works for child abuse in Pakistan states that 1,764 cases of child abuse were reported from all over the country in the first six months of 2017. Out of which 62% of these cases were reported from Punjab.

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Civil society says had the government convicted the culprits of Kasur child abuse scandal in 2015, Zainab and other minor girls could have been saved from the heinous incident.

Judiciary has been activated after the incident but convincible actions are yet to be taken by the police department.


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