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Gang-Raping Child Girls in UK by Sex Gang, 5 Pakistani Guilty

Gang-Raping Child Girls in UK by Sex Gang, 5 Pakistani Guilty

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It has been reported that seven members of a child gang-rape group have been arrested in United Kingdom. They used to force under-age girls into prostitution. Their method of crime was to find under-age girls who were in condition of depravity. Their age was no more than 15 years when this group would target them and groom them with alcohol and high dose of drugs. Those young girls who were out of control of the parents were specifically targeted by the group.

The girls were reportedly abused by the use of knives, meat cleavers and other stuff. One girl was reportedly forced to do abortion while she was pregnant.

The culprits involved two sets of brothers named Akhtar Dogar aged 32, Anjum Dogar aged 31 along with Mohammed Karrar aged 38 Bassam Karrar aged 33. Rest of the culprits involved Kamar Jamil aged 27, Assad Hussain aged 32 and Zeeshan Ahmad aged 27.

Police missed several chances to arrest the gang members but finally they were arrested. Thanks to a call on 999 reporting Nanford guesthouse rape. Some of the victims were so afraid that they did not tell the police about the whole story. Others recalled and told police about how they were beaten, groomed on drugs and alcohol and sold for the purpose of prostitution in all parts of the country.

A girl told her story and according to her she was raped and sold as prostitute when she was only 11 years old. The man behind this used to buy her little gifts and this was the first affectionate behaviour anyone showed towards her in her whole life.

Another 14 years old victim told that she had reported it to police but no one was charged. According to her, a care home manager did not help her to pay the fare of the taxi and later she was taken back to Oxford where she was raped. This privately-run care home has now been shut down.

Joanna Simons, the council’s chief executive, apologized in these words. “We are incredibly sorry we were not able to stop it any sooner. We were up against a gang of devious criminals. The girls thought they were their friends. I would like to pay tribute to the courage of the girls in giving evidence. They have been so brave. We are so sorry we weren’t able to stop it before. We did not know the nature of what was happening – the devious nature of such depravity. We did not know we were dealing with a gang.”

About Ali

Ali Rajput is an entrepreneur and I.T professional from Pakistan who loves to blog about ICT & current issues. He is well known in local industry for his consulting services for cooperate computing solutions. He also holds Masters Degree in Advance Computer Science from University of Leicester, UK.

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  1. bht ghatia kaam kiya in saray logon nay.

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