ISLAMABAD: Local police have booked six persons, including three women, over their alleged involvement in immoral activities.
ISLAMABAD: Kohsar police have arrested five women from the area of Jinnah Super Market over immoral activities.
RAWALPINDI: A man along with six alleged call girls was arrested by police during a search operation at a local hotel, sources informed on Tuesday.
SIALKOT: Three young girls were kidnapped from different areas of the district here on Monday. As per detail, three armed accused Shahid Ashraf, Fahad and Nadeem Mayo abducted a young girl identified as Sana at gunpoint when she was going to a local religious seminary in village Dharam Kot– Satrah Daska tehsil. The Satrah Police have registered a case with no arrest or recovery in this regard.
ISLAMABAD: Police have rescued a teenage girl from the illegal custody of a couple who were planning to sell her in Afghanistan, police said on Monday. The recovery of Shahina came after she made a call to Rescue-15 from her detention place and sought police help. Investigation officer SI Anis Akbar told Dawn that Rescue-15 informed Shahzad Town police that a girl had been detained by a couple in a house at Sanam Chowk and was seeking help for her release.
PESHAWAR: The busting of a gang, members of which belonged to respectable families but were involved in rape and blackmailing of young boys and girls, was made possible when a female student of the University of Peshawar approached the local police following her rape and blackmailing by the management of a guesthouse on the University Road.
PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court on Friday granted bail to a female doctor accused of selling newborn babies at a private health facility here. A single-bench comprising Justice Mazhar Alam Miankhel allowed Dr Fatima the bail, which two lower courts had refused her. Justice Miankhel directed her to furnish two sureties of Rs300,000 each after the court was informed that the petitioner had a nine-month-old infant with her at the Peshawar Central Prison.
PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court on Friday directed an additional advocate general to verify whether a female doctor, arrested on charges of selling newborn babies at a private healthcare facility, was having a suckling baby with her in the prison.
PESHAWAR: Another local court on Wednesday dismissed the bail petition of a lady doctor charged with selling infants at a private healthcare facility. Additional district and sessions judge Azhar Ali Khan observed that the accused-petitioner, Dr Fatima, was not entitled to the concession of bail.
PESHAWAR: A local court on Monday rejected bail to a female doctor arrested on charges of selling newborn babies at a private healthcare facility, an act she does not repent, according to the police.