Brothel in a clinic: A quack along with seven others arrested for ‘immoral activities’

Published: December 30, 2010

The city police arrested eight people including four women for their alleged involvement in ‘immoral activities’ and prostitution.

ISLAMABAD: The city police arrested eight people including four women for their alleged involvement in ‘immoral activities’ and prostitution on Wednesday. On a tip off provided by an informer, the Koral Police carried out a raid on a homeopathic clinic, which later proved to be fake, and arrested four women and four men ‘red handed’.

The clinic located in Ghauri Town, Khanna Dak area was run by Shehnaz Bibi, the so-called homeopathic doctor.

A police official said, “Shehnaz failed to produce any documented evidence proving her to be a
doctor; neither could she produce the license for the clinic.”

He added that the place did not look like a clinic from any angle.

According to the police, all four men Mazhar Iqbal, Aman Ullah, Shah Zeb and Saqib Hussain were the customers. A case was registered against them.

Similarly Waheeda Begum who was being assisted by Shehnaz in running the alleged brothel and two girls Shazia Naz* and Misbah Bibi*, the alleged sex workers, were booked for their involvement in the crime.

Published in The Express Tribune, December 30th, 2010.

Reader Comments (14)

  • Pakistan One
    Dec 30, 2010 - 11:01AM

    instead of giving fake names just write the initials. Why can’t you understand that fake names might be someones real names and in our low-educated society people might think of them as reported in the stories.Recommend

  • Waqas+Afridi
    Dec 30, 2010 - 12:08PM

    Well job done Islamabad Police..

    This particular lobby has damaged the young generation and ultimately the position of Pakistan in all walks of life. Therefore, they must not be spared so that we be able to live in clean society.Recommend

  • Asif Raza Khaskheli
    Dec 30, 2010 - 1:52PM

    Well Done Police, You are only good at cases like these WELL DONE :)Recommend

  • MuslimBoy
    Dec 30, 2010 - 1:55PM

    what makes you think the young generation uses prostitutes? even seen the demographics of heera mandi? Recommend

  • Adi
    Dec 30, 2010 - 2:35PM

    Homoepathic clinics will never be the same for me…hahhahaRecommend

  • Be specific
    Dec 30, 2010 - 3:02PM

    Hahaha I cannot stop myself from laughing. The quack would not had given the policemen share. Lo, it’s necessary here in such activities. Otherwise what worst is not happening in our country. From king at top to peasant at bottom – all are same.Recommend

  • Maria
    Dec 30, 2010 - 11:13PM

    Prostitution is the oldest profession in the world and it is found in every society- no matter how moral or virtuous it professes to be. Even in the developed West, women are abused in human smuggling and forced into the sex trade. It needs to be controlled everywhere but I fear it can never be stopped as long as there is a market for it. The biggest Asian brothels are to be found in Bombay and I was watching a documentary showing how women are forced into this life by their own mothers at times. It’s heart breaking. Kudos to the Islamabad police for a job well done.Recommend

  • Qadeer Baloch
    Dec 31, 2010 - 12:06AM

    The raids must be extended to so called guest houses in posh areas of Islamabad. Recommend

  • Waqas+Afridi
    Dec 31, 2010 - 12:28PM

    Agreed with Maria.Recommend

  • Adnan Tariq
    Dec 31, 2010 - 5:53PM

    Pakistan One has raised a good point here…….Recommend

  • realMuslim
    Dec 31, 2010 - 11:28PM

    What? Prostitution in the capital of citadel of Islam? Must be a HinJew conspiracy :D
    Whole country is morally and ethically bankrupt!..whats the big deal abt this “social” service for the needy..horny male?
    Think abt it, after the visitation to the “clinic”…these horny male wont be ogling at girls in market….at least for a few says!!Recommend

  • Jan 1, 2011 - 12:42AM

    What kind of a country is this? Police raiding brothels to “catch” buyers and purveyors of sex on the one hand, and people crying over the increased prices of Black Label the unofficial national alcoholic drink of Pakistan on the other.

    Seriously. Am I the only one who thinks this country, whose people cannot stop inserting Islam in every single sentence they utter, has become an extremely un-islamic place or maybe we’re all just bloody hypocrites in which case the “Islamic” republic of Pakistan should be called “Islamic Republic of Hypocrites”? Recommend

  • Waqar
    Jan 1, 2011 - 9:46AM

    Here’s an interesting article that I came across a few years ago, Maria.

    Supply and Demand.Recommend

  • RizwanTKhan
    Jan 1, 2011 - 10:50AM

    Agreed@Pakistan one. So now people can go to Homeopathic clinics for other purposes too :)Recommend

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