Naukot girls were not raped, says medical report

MIRPURKHAS: The forensic report to verify sexual assault allegations in the Naukot kidnapping and rape case confirmed on Thursday that the two girls were not raped.

The initial medical report was prepared by Naukot Rural Health Officer Dr. Zainab Ul Nisa and presented to investigators.

The medical report also found “no visible marks of physical abuse” on the Naukat women.

A local court yesterday granted one-day pre-trial detention to nine suspects in a case involving the abduction and rape of two young women in Naukot, Sindh.

Police brought the suspects before a civilian judge and requested their referral for investigation. The female victims also appeared in court tomorrow to record their statement.

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Two key suspects, Ali Nawaz and Nazar Hayat, remain at large. Police said raids were underway in Mirpurkhas, Umerkot and Tharparkar for the arrest of the suspects.

Sindh High Court (SHC) Chief Justice Ahmed Ali Shaikh also learned about the Naukot incident and requested a detailed report from the Deputy Inspector General (DIG) and Chief Superintendent of Police (SSP) of Mirpurkhas in this regard.