New Delhi: A gang rape victim from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) has made an emotional appeal to PM Narendra Modi. In a video message, the victim has said, 'I am a gang rape victim fighting for justice for the last seven years. PoK police, governments and judiciary have failed to provide me justice. According to reports, she has been fighting for justice for the last seven years and has now appealed to PM Modi for help for shelter and protection. She also said that her life and that of her children are in danger.
In a video message, the victim has appealed to PM Modi to allow him to come to India, claiming that local leader Chaudhary Tariq Farooq and the police can kill him and his children. The victim further said that, 'Through this video, I am appealing to Indian PM Narendra Modi to allow us to come to India. My children are being threatened with death. The local police and a senior leader, Chaudhary Tariq Farooq, will kill me and my children anytime. I want to urge PM Modi to provide us shelter and security.
The victim is also pleading with the authorities to demand punishment for those involved in the heinous crime that happened to her in 2015. He has accused Haroon Rashid, Mamoon Rashid, Jameel Shafi, Waqas Ashraf, Sanam Haroon and three others of sexual harassment. She wrote several letters to officials, including the Chief Justice of PoK, but to her dismay, she received a derogatory response that she was a married woman.