GHOTKI: Two orphan sisters has been allegedly gang-raped by three police officials including local Station House Officer (SHO) and other two policemen in Ghotki district located in Sindh province of Pakistan, Pakistani media reported.
Two siblings of ages 16 and 18 respectively alleged for being hostage and raped by the three police officials for three days in Obaro area situated in the district, reports said.
The orphan sisters were captivated by the police officials from the police officials including SHO Abdullah Awan of local police station Khamra.
While talking to Geo News, the sisters claimed that they were brutally raped for three days by the SHO and 2 other policemen while the victims also faced life threats from the officials on informing others about the incident.
SHO Abdullah Awan rejected the allegations before media, said that the girls were taken to the police station for investigation purpose on having charges of kidnapping.
However, the victims have reportedly filed a case in session court against the police officials.