Rawalpindi: 2 arrested for rape of girls seeking job
RAWALPINDI: The Civil Lines Police on Tuesday arrested two men for allegedly raping four girls at gunpoint in a house at Tulsa Road after one of the girls escaped from the house and made hue and cry to seek help from the residents of the area.
Police succeeded to arrest Malik Fardos and another accused while three other accomplice escaped from the house after the residents of the locality called the police on the information provided by the girl that she along with three other girls was made to drink and gang raped by five men in the house whole night.
The police also recovered a van, three AK-47 rifles and one pump-action from the house that had its walls sealed with barbed wire.
Police also found close circuit television CCTV cameras installed in the house that is located in the cantonment area.
“We were brought in Rawalpindi by Wahb Malik Fardos on the promise to provide jobs in an NGO and as we crossed Taxila he pointed out guns at us and two other cars escorted our car to the house where we were raped all the night”, said the recovered girls while talking to the media outside the house.
The girls Sadaf Bibi, Nadia Khan, Faiza and Saima aged between 20 years to 25 said they worked in the Wah locality selling different products of cosmetics and they were allured by Malik Fardos to come to Rawalpindi where they could be provided jobs.
The residents of the area informed that they were always skeptical about the activities of Malik Fardos and were surprised of the security measures taken for the safety of his house.
Area Superintendent Police Harron Joys told journalists that apparently it was the case of abduction and gang rape. As the girls are accusing the men of raping the FIR would only be lodged after the medical examination of the victim girls.
The police also said the arrested Malik Fardos was a proclaimed offender in a murder case registered with Airport police in 2007.
Till filing of this report the medical examination of the girls was not conducted and police said FIR would only registered after the medical report of the girls.
The police officials said that the medical report will take time and the case against the accused will be registered in the light of the medical report.