Islamabad: Police book case against molesters
Islamabad: According to The News, although police have registered a case against the ‘big bullies’ allegedly involved in sexually abusing a fifteen-year-old student of the College of Medical Technology (CMT) and the warden of the hostel accused of facilitating the accused in the crime on the premises of the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), but the hospital administration tried to hush up the matter by showing the medico-legal report as normal to weaken the case.
The college hostel warden was suspended and a case has been registered against the ‘big bullies’ who allegedly molested their roommate and made a video of him in nude due to the protest demonstration by charged students of the College of Medical Technology at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) here on Thursday morning.
PIMS Joint Executive Director Dr. Jahanzeb Khan, when contacted by ‘The News,’ confirmed the suspension of the hostel warden. He told this scribe that Dr. Masood Anwar has been appointed the new warden of the hostel. He said that action was taken against the warden after getting report from the fact-finding inquiry committee. “Now a full-fledged inquiry committee has been constituted to ascertain the facts and it will submit its report in four to five days,” he added. The protesting students, however, alleged that the new committee has been constituted to save the skin of the suspended warden, Niaz Ali.
When asked about the possible legal action against the suspended warden, he said, strict legal and departmental action would be initiated against him, if his involvement in the incident was proved in the findings of the inquiry committee.
Ali Hasnain, 15, a student of the Operation Theatre (OT) Technician Course, was residing in the college hostel. His two roommates allegedly molested him last Thursday, but he did not report the matter out of shame and due to threats hurled by the culprits and instead went to his home in Dera Ghazi Khan.
The alleged victim reported the matter to the college administration on Tuesday, but they were reluctant to take any action against the culprits. The matter was brought into the notice of the PIMS authorities on Wednesday, but they too failed to take any action despite giving assurance to the demonstrating students that the matter would be resolved by Wednesday evening.
The complete article can be found at The News.