Suspects in Pakistan's motorway gang-rape case identified, evade arrest

Pakistan's Punjab province Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Saturday evening announced that the provincial government has been able to reach the "real culprits" in the motorway gang-rape case that caused countrywide outrage and exposed the lack of security on a key route

Sep 13, 2020
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Pakistan's Punjab province Chief Minister Usman Buzdar on Saturday evening announced that the provincial government has been able to reach the "real culprits" in the motorway gang-rape case that caused countrywide outrage and exposed the lack of security on a key route.

He was addressing a press conference alongside Punjab Inspector General of Police Inam Ghani, Law Minister Raja Basharat and Information Minister Fayyazul Hasan Chohan.

Two ‘robbers’ allegedly raped a woman at gunpoint in Gujjarpura area on Wednesday while she was waiting for help on the motorway after her car developed a fault.

"I want to inform you all, [we] have been able to reach the real culprits in this tragic incident in less than 72 hours," Buzdar told the news conference.

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