Police recover detained girl from lawyer's chamber

Ramsha came to Faisalabad in search of a job when she was brought to the chamber by two unidentified men.


Express July 06, 2011

GUJRANWALA: Gujranwala police recovered a 15-year-old girl who had been detained in a district court lawyer’s chamber, Express News reported on Wednesda.

Ramsha, a resident of Jaranwala, came to Faisalabad in search of a job when she was brought to the chamber by two unidentified men.

The men took her to the third floor of the lawyer’s chamber and gave her food to eat.

They locked her inside the chamber and fled the scene on Tuesday night.

Ramsha shouted for help, when police was called, who recovered the girl from detention and took her to the courtroom.

According to the lawyers, the chamber is owned by a lawyer who is currently not in the country and that the chamber is usually left open.

The persons who locked the chamber have not been yet identified.

COMMENTS (3)

Khan | 10 years ago | Reply @muhammad fajim: Its not our men and their men ... Its happening all over the world and there are sick people every where ... Islam has never allowed marriage of under age children.. Any person whether a Maulvi or not, are wrong and illiterate if they support such acts and should be punished and put behind the bars but as we know our spineless leaders are just dummies so can't expect them to do a single thing apart from blabbering. @shanil amjad: " When perverted pedophilia has religious approval then what can be expected of such a society?" Pedophilia doesn't have religious approval .. Any one thinking otherwise is naive, stupid and an ignorant. It is state's responsibility to punish such people severely so that no one throws around wrong ideas and disinformation.
muhammad fajim | 10 years ago | Reply @shanil amjad: i have seen maulvis on tv say that '"marrying'" a small child of 9 years was allowed by islam.When perverted paedophilia has religious approval then what can be expected of such a society?
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