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In Pakistan, it was a lot with a Hindu woman that she ended her life. A 17-year-old Hindu woman from Tharparkar district in Pakistan, who was allegedly raped a yr in the past, dedicated suicide. It is being informed that the accused who raped her were blackmailing her and they are out on bail.

According to ‘Dawn’, the Hindu teenager gave his life by leaping into a deep open effectively in village Dalan-Jo-Taar close to the city of Chelhar within the early hours of Wednesday. The sufferer’s father and other relations mentioned, “The woman was gangraped by three folks in mid-July in 2019 and the accused of this imprisonment are on bail.”

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The deceased’s relations alleged that the woman dedicated suicide by being blackmailed and harassed by influential accused who raped her. Please inform that the accused not solely raped the woman, but in addition took her to a home and made a video of her.

According to Tharparkar’s then Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Abdullah Ahmadiyar, preliminary medical stories had confirmed that the woman had been sexually assaulted. People from varied fields together with human rights activist Samar Manjani, Bhim Raj and others strongly condemned the incident and demanded stern motion towards those who pressured {the teenager} to commit suicide.

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