CJP takes discover of girls trafficking ring in Rawalpindi, Islamabad

Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar on Friday took discover of the alleged presence of a girls trafficking ring in Rawalpindi and Islamabad.
The matter got here to the CJP’s consideration by means of a information story printed in The Information on Feb 22, which narrated the ordeal of a 40-year-old married girl who was offered and brought to Afghanistan, the place her abductors demanded Rs300,000 for her return.
The story talked about the presence of an organised trafficking gang that transported kidnapped girls from Pakistan to Afghanistan utilizing faked marriage paperwork.
In keeping with The Information, Metropolis Police Officer Israr Ahmad Khan had mentioned that just a few instances of fraudulent marriages had been reported in varied police stations of Rawalpindi; nevertheless, police had taken motion and nabbed all people concerned in such crimes.
The story additionally alleged that gang members disguised themselves as matchmakers and trapped households by presenting ‘marriage proposals’ for his or her daughters after which used prayer leaders to behave as nikkah registrars to solemnise pretend nikkahs for a sum of Rs5,000.
The gang, allegedly consisting of 150 members, operates in Khanna Pull, Fauji Colony, Chuhur, and the Koh-e-Noor Mills areas in Rawalpindi, the information story mentioned.
The information story additionally alleged that the gang had offered a variety of girls from Pakistan to Afghans and Afghan girls to Pakistanis over the course of a number of years.
An FIR for the 40-year outdated girl, who was already married and had kids on the time of her abduction, was registered on January 1 on the Airport Police Station in Rawalpindi after the lady’s husband acquired a phone-call from Afghanistan demanding Rs300,000 for the discharge of his spouse, who would in any other case be offered to another person.
The story had additionally alleged that the husband had despatched the lady to work in return for Rs50,000, and was instructed that she could be returned to him inside 15 days.

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