KARACHI: A female Sindh police official, Inspector Ghazala, today (Friday) has blamed the senior officials of provincial law enforcement authority for harassing her.
In a video, uploaded on social media, Inspector Ghazala said that some of the police officials in the department were harassing her, without naming anyone. She was the first woman station house officer (SHO) to be appointed in Karachi.
The female police officer claimed that the senior officials were forcing her to leave Sindh police or else they will defame her on various social media platforms. Her claims came after multiple cases of rape and harassment against women have emerged from across Pakistan.
It is worth mention here that a mother of two children was gang-raped at gunpoint after being looted in Lahore’s area of Gujjar Pura on Tuesday night. She waited for her husband and called the Motorway Police’s emergency helpline 130 for help.
Meanwhile, two unidentified persons from the nearby area approached the car and forcefully brought the woman out of the vehicle and allegedly raped her in the nearby fields.
Police have already launched an extensive investigation with at least 20 teams led by the DIG Investigation Lahore probing the matter. A police official relayed that investigators have collected important evidence, including DNA samples, from the crime site.