Fifteen men have been accused of gang-raping and filming two teenage sisters in Pakistan’s Faisalabad city. While the incident happened last month, the case came to light only after the victims' mother filed a police complaint recently.
According to an October 25 news report by an Urdu newspaper, Jang, the mother in her complaint stated that her two daughters, aged 17 and 15, were kidnapped on September 11 by a group of people.
She told the police that the kidnappers took her daughters to different locations for six days and gang-raped them.
The mother added that the suspects allegedly intoxicated the teenage girls and took indecent photographs and videos of them.
The First Information Report (FIR) states that later, the men dropped off the 15-year-old girl at Jhang Bazar in Faisalabad, and her sister at another spot in Gujranwala, before fleeing.
Explaining why she did not file a complaint last month, the mother said that the family could not afford to seek legal action because they were poor. So, they decided to leave their residence and settled somewhere else.
However, the suspects did not leave the family alone. They followed the two sisters, continued to catcall, and record videos of the teenage sisters wherever they went.
According to the complaint, six days ago, the two sisters were traveling with their mother when the suspects followed them and started filming videos of the girls again.
When the mother reprimanded them, they assaulted her and the girls before fleeing.