MARDAN: Senators Nasreen Jalil and Shahi Syed met the daddy of late Aasma in Gojat Garhi space on Thursday to precise their condolences on the brutal homicide of his daughter.
Aasma went lacking on January thirteen from the Gujjar Garhi space and was discovered lifeless the subsequent day at 3pm. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inspector-Basic of Police Salahuddin Mehsud confirmed that the minor was strangled to dying and added that the publish-mortem report factors in the direction of sexual assault.
Jalil and Syed, members of the Senate’s Standing Committee on Human Rights, have been additionally briefed by the related DIG and DPO on the case on the Pakhtunkhuwa Home.
Chatting with the press later, Senator Jalil stated that: “Way forward for our upcoming generations is at stake. We have to run consciousness campaigns in media and academic institutes. Mother and father ought to inform their youngsters easy methods to cope with such instances. Deterrence is essential.”
Senator Syed that the submit-mortem report on Aasma case has indications of sexual assault, including that the DNA report will affirm whether or not the deceased minor was subjected to sexual assault.
“We’ve got come right here to inform the sufferer’s household and kin that they don’t seem to be alone and we’re with them,” he added.
“We shouldn’t do politics on the case.”
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