Father furious with police after daughter's rape, murder

Father furious with police after daughter's rape, murder

Father furious with police after daughter's rape, murder

Zainab Ansari's body was found in a rubbish dump on Tuesday, several days after she went missing.

Describing his grief, her father told the BBC: "It's like the world has ended".

Zulfiqar Hameed, the police chief in Kasur, refused to say whether the two people killed in today's clashes had died from police gunshots.

According to local media reports, the girl was kidnapped while her parents where in Mecca performing a religious pilgrimage, and her body discovered by passers-by, in the town of Road Kot, in Pubjab province.

Kiran Naz, who did a live telecast on Wednesday, blamed the government's inefficiency for the incident as she called it a murder of humanity even as her little daughter stared non-chalantly at the screen. Punjab CM Shahbaz Sharif has announced a financial aid of Rs 3 million to the families of those killed by firing, and said that jobs would be given to two members of each family, Dawn reported.

The parents of the minor were in Saudi Arabia to perform umrah when the incident occurred.

However, Zainab's family say the police did not take action after they reported her disappearance and it was relatives who recovered CCTV footage of Zainab's movements before she disappeared, not the police.

The brutal rape and murder of seven-year-old Pakistani girl Zainab Ansari has sparked outrage all across the world.

It is to be mentioned here that as many as 12 children have been killed after rape in Kasur in one year whereas police officers have killed three people involved in such criminal activities.

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Meanwhile, funeral prayers of Zainab was offered in Kasur in which a large number of people including Chairman Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri participated.

Kasur made worldwide headlines in 2015 when a gang of paedophiles running a child sex ring was busted, Dawn has reported. The girl managed to escape her abductor and return home.

Pakistan's Malala Yousafzai, the youngest ever Nobel Peace Price victor, lent her voice to the push for justice.

'This is not the first time such horrific acts have happened.

Nobel Peace Prize victor Malala Yousafzai also said the government needed to do more to protect children.

Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif said he will not rest until the culprits are brought to justice.

Pakistani politician and ex-international cricket player Imran Khan also condemned the incident and said that the guilty must be punished "swiftly".

Zanaid's was abducted from from outside her house in Pakistan's Punjab province.

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