A young girl child in Wah was picked up by the police in connection with a murder case and subjected to rape continuously for over three weeks in a police station by the SHO and three other policemen.
The 13-year-old was forcibly made to consume alcohol every night and then made into a plaything for their carnal pleasure till she became pregnant and got very sick, as a result.
Our guardians of the law then threw her out at which time she somehow managed to bring her plight to public notice.
These most shameful and criminal acts should have shamed the entire nation and should have been cause enough for the general public to come out in protest. Sadly enough other than the cosmetic and token expression of displeasure in the press, it has barely caused a ripple across our national canvas.
Where, I ask, are those high-profile ladies starting with our speaker to the fire-breathing Kashmala and the glamour babes who strut the catwalks?
They should be out there screaming for the castration or at least the accordance of an appropriate exemplary punishment to these human beasts.
I have a daughter and granddaughters and my skin crawls to think of that poor unfortunate child, who was subjected to those unspeakable atrocities and her suffering. She is also our child, so I demand to know, where is the conscience of this nation, please?
JAVED KHAN TAREEN