Prime Minister Imran Khan has on Saturday lauded ASI Mohammad Bux Buriro and his daughter for their exemplary efforts in rescuing a four-year-old girl from men who tortured and gang-raped her.
The premier has called Sindh Police Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Buriro. He also announced to bring a stringent and holistic Anti-Rape Ordinance, next week, to close all loopholes.
The Prime Minister said the nation is proud of ASI Buriro and her daughter for giving a positive uplift to the image of police.
In a tweet, PM Imran said, “Spoke to ASI Buriro lauding his & his daughter’s exemplary initiative & courage in arrest of Kashmore rapist. The nation is proud of them & he has given positive uplift to image of police. Next week we are bringing a stringent, holistic anti-rape Ordinance closing all loopholes.”
Spoke to ASI Buriro lauding his & his daughter's exemplary initiative & courage in arrest of Kashmore rapist. The nation is proud of them & he has given positive uplift to image of police. Next week we are bringing a stringent, holistic anti-rape Ordinance closing all loopholes.
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) November 14, 2020
Earlier on Friday, the Larkana police said that the prime suspect in the Kashmore gang-rape has been killed by an accomplice.
According to Nasir Aftab, Larkana’s Deputy Inspector-General (DIG), Rafiq Malik, the main suspect of the horrifying incident, was shot dead by an accomplice as the police drove him to an area to identify the whereabouts of others suspected.
He further said that Rafiq’s accomplices had opened fire at him when saw him with the police. Rafiq lost his life on the way to the hospital.
On the other hand, Khairullah Bugti, a second suspect in the Kashmore gang-rape case was arrested during the operation.
Kashmore Horrifying Incident
A young woman from Karachi was duped by three men who took her to Kashmore with the promise of a job. They gang-raped her before selling her to Khairullah Bugti — a member of the gang — while the child remained with the other two.
Later, she was let go on the condition that she would lure another woman. However, she approached the Kashmore police who helped her recover the daughter.
Earlier, PM Imran had suggested public hanging and chemical castrating the convicts to curb rising sexual violence in the country.