Khurram Shehzad Victor's case unfolds, reveals real drama

02:15 AM | 19 Jan, 2018
Khurram Shehzad Victor's case unfolds, reveals real drama
LAHORE- The accusations leveled by Khurram Shehzad Victor, a resident of Sialkot, on his cousin of sexually assaulting and abducting his three daughters are false, according to a counterclaim by Govt of Punjab that emerged in Twitter.

In a series of tweets, the officials shared the details of the case filed by Victor saying that a proper investigation has been carried out. During the investigations, the ground realities, medical examination reports, and the girl's statement didn't match the claims made by Khurram Shehzad.

The District Police Officer (DPO) of Sialkot Asad Sarfraz shared the details of the investigation while talking to a private media outlet. " Khurram Shehzad victor filed a case against his five cousins on 19 April 2017, accusing them of raping his three daughters of age 9, 10, 11 years respectively," Asad Sarfraz shared and added, "all the suspects were investigated and the girls were examined medically, however, the medical reports showed no signs of any kind of physical assault."

According to the DPO, Khurram Shahzad and his cousins have some dispute over the property and the allegations turned out to be nothing but a mere attempt to get them arrested.

The medical reports of Khurram's daughters

The DPO also shared, that the claims circulating on social media that police didn't take action because of religious biases are totally baseless.

A social media user, Saad Malik, has also tweeted the medical reports of Victor's daughter, thus nullifying his claims.

Social activist Jibran Nasir, who has raised Victor's case on social media, has also shared the thread by Govt of Punjab but has called for a judicial inquiry to make sure the girls are safe and police's claims are not a mere attempt to cover up the incident.

Victor has been camping outside Lahore Press Club for three months in ‘search of justice’ while facts negate rape claim.