Karachi: Man abused by 3 women
KARACHI: Three women have been accused of abusing a 30-year-old waiter of an eatery in Clifton. The victim, Khalil Hussain, son of Hussain Bux, alleged that three women, one of them middle–aged and the others in their early 20s, came to the eatery at Neelam Colony, a locality in the Boat Basin police limits, at around 11.30pm on January 27 and placed an order for food. He said the middle–aged woman, who was in the driving seat, asked him to get into the car on the pretext that she wanted him to see her residence so that he could deliver the food there.
The man, hailing from Bahawalpur, alleged that on their way the women offered him burfi, a traditional sweet, and he became unconscious after eating it.
He stated to the police that he found himself tied to a bed when he gained consciousness. The man said the women kept him in their custody for four days and sexually assaulted him several times. He said he was sedated during the captivity and was unable to move his limbs.
The victim said his condition became critical because of exhaustion as he started passing blood with urine. He said the women then left him at a desolate place near Qayyumabad.
The victim was shifted to the Civil Hospital on Saturday evening. Medico-legal officers Dr Nisar Shah and Dr Aftab Channar examined the victim and referred the matter to the police.
Dr Shah said the victim was found to be bleeding during urination, most probably due to multiple discharges. He said there were abrasions and bruises on the back of the victim, who claimed that he was kept lying on his back during captivity.
The police said the statement of the victim had been recorded and an investigation was under way. No case was, however, registered till the filing of this report.