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Two women gang raped in Gujjarpura, Lahore

Three men have allegedly gang-raped two women at Gujjarpura in Lahore. As per the details, the location is near the Lahore Motorway. Police have stated that the women were abducted from Shahdara and were brought to Gujjarpura.

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Three men have allegedly gang raped two women at Gujjarpura in Lahore. Police have informed that the three suspects have raped the women in a factory that makes chairs and Karol Khatti. The suspects escaped after raping the women.

As per the details, the location is near the Lahore Motorway. Police have stated that the women were abducted from Shahdara and were brought to Gujjarpura.

Meanwhile, CM Punjab Buzdar took notice of the issue of rising rape cases in the Gujjarpura area and have ordered a detailed report from the CCPO Lahore.

He has ordered for the immediate arrest for the culprits involved. “Justice should be provided to the girls who are the target of rape in any case,” CM Buzdar said, adding that providing justice to the victims is the government’s responsibility.

Read more: Punjab Police introduces ‘Women Safety Application’

Punjab Police has introduced a women’s safety application following the rising cases of violence against women. The application will enable women to contact police through the application in case of an emergency.

Women can text police through the application. Inspector General Punjab Police Inam Ghani shared a video tutorial of the application and urged women to download the application.  He urged that the protection of women is the priority of the Punjab Police.

“All ladies are requested to download the app and keep it handy. All gentlemen are requested to send it to every lady in their families. Please post it to all WhatsApp groups,” said Inam Ghani on Twitter.

Read more: Women’s safety: A matter of grave concern for Pakistan

A special squad will rush to the location of the victim once the complaint is launched. He maintained that the application will soon be launched in all districts of Punjab. A special squad will be formed in this regard.

 

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