LAHORE: Lahore police have booked at least 15 people on charges of kidnapping and harassing two teenage sisters in Punjab province, Pakistan. Reportedly, the incident took place on September 16 in Faisalabad and a report was filed on October 23.
The FIR was registered on the girl’s mother’s complaint, and the suspects were charged with harassment and kidnapping, police said. The suspects took only PKR 8 from the girls.
According to the FIR, available from PTI, two sisters, aged 17 and 15, were kidnapped on their way to the mayor in Faisalabad. The suspects harassed them in a hotel in Jiangxi for days after drugging. They also clicked on unpleasant pictures of girls and made obscene videos.
After raping the girls for a few days, they set them aside on October 2 in Punjab’s Zhang and Guziranwala in two cities.
Ali, one of the arrested suspects, told police that the main suspect in the case wanted a 17-year-old marriage, but her family rejected the request. Enraged, he kidnapped the sister duo and harassed them, along with other suspects, the accused told the police.