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    Pak intruder tries to molest daughters of Indian official



    An intruder in Pakistan tried to molest the two minor daughters of an Indian high commission staff member in Islamabad.


    According to an external affairs ministry spokesperson in New Delhi on Tuesday, the man entered the house of the Indian official when his daughters were home alone. The incident took place on September 2.


    India has lodged a strong protest with the Pakistan government and Pakistan deputy high commissioner in New Delhi Jaleel Abbas Gilani was summoned to the external affairs ministry on Monday.


    Meanwhile, the Indian high commissioner in Islamabad, Mr Vijay Nambiar, also conveyed what has been described as India’s “gravest view of the incident” to Pakistan foreign secretary Inamul Haq. India has also said the perpetrators of the crime, irrespective of their identity, must be arrested and prosecuted according to the law.


    Giving the details of the incident, the spokesperson said the Indian official and his wife were at a hospital while his daughters, aged eight and six, along with the seven-year-old daughter of another staff member in the same area, were playing in the driveway of the house.


    “At around 5 pm, an intruder entered the compound and took two of the girls to one corner of the garden and attempted to physically misbehave with them. The girls resisted and ran inside,” the spokesman said. The girls informed their parents when they returned home and a first information report was lodged with the local police.


    “There is very little doubt that the Pakistani intelligence official keeping watch over the Indian official’s house did nothing to prevent the incident,” the spokesperson said, adding, “It also appears that the intruder not only knew that the staff member and his wife were away, but was also sure that they would not be back early. The role of the Pakistani intelligence officials was, therefore, extremely questionable.”

    According to the spokesperson, another incident had taken place on September 3 when an Indian mission staff member and his family were proceeding by car from Islamabad to Taxila when they were stopped at a police checkpost, questioned and taken to a police station where they were detained for 40 minutes. India has said the attitude of the Pakistan authorities is in violation of the Vienna Convention and the bilateral code of conduct for treatment of diplomatic personnel.


    The Pakistani foreign secretary and the deputy high commissioner here have expressed “regret” over the act and said the Pakistani authorities would investigate the incident. Last week, Pakistani intelligence agents attempted to intimidate two Indian diplomats in Islamabad.


    #2
    forget politics. what bad parents leaving their little girls alone. They should be tried for child negligence in India.

    The intruder should be caught and fried.
    The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist. And like that... he is gone.

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      #3
      Bloody pervert

      Only fried Fraudia, I reckon he should be castrated first then fried, bloody animal..

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        #4
        Fraudia, Mariah, mah greenpeace champs... wat proof is there about the authenticity of this allegation - there are good chances we are seeing yet another replay of indian propaganda junkyard.... a country which could go to the length of gouging and mutilating the dead bodies of its own fallen soldiers to cover up the scars of kargil beat up, this child molestation drama could very well be yet another episode of 'old wine in the new bottle'

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          #5
          KK,

          yeah you could be right, but I have a general view about these types of people, no matter what race age or colour. If they commit an unforgivable act like that then they are truly sick.

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            #6
            If it is true, castrate the *******.
            If not castrate the father.
            either way there is alot of pain!!!

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              #7
              Fraudia said :
              what bad parents leaving their little girls alone. They should be tried for child negligence in India.



              Quite right...the parents of the children should have known they were in Pakistan

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                #8
                Originally posted by Some1:
                Fraudia said :
                what bad parents leaving their little girls alone. They should be tried for child negligence in India.



                Quite right...the parents of the children should have known they were in Pakistan
                18-yr-old raped, woman, son held
                HT Correspondent
                (New Delhi, September 5)

                THE CENTRAL District police today arrested an 18-year-old unemployed youth and his mother on chagres of rape and abetment to rape of a mentally challenged teenage girl at Pahargunj.

                "Last night the mentally challenged girl, Supriya (name changed), was approached by Parvati to accompnay her to her jhuggi nearby. Apparently, the victim was told by Parvati that her son was interested in marrying Supriya and that she could even help them make a getaway," the police said.

                At Parvati's jhuggi the victim was locked up. Later, her teenaged son was let in, who raped her. The victim was freed a short while later and a complaint was filed at the Pahargunj police station. Acting on the complaint filed by the victim, the police immediately picked up both the youth and his mother.

                _____________________________________________
                Minister accused of raping tribal girl
                Utpal Parashar
                (Guwahati, September 5)

                THE KOKRAJHAR police have initiated investigations against Assam's Minister of State for Welfare of Plain Tribes and Backward Classes Rajendra Mushahary following allegations of rape made by a 16-year-old girl from Gossaigaon.

                According to the case (No 224/2000) filed by the victim's mother in Gossaigaon police station, the minister had allegedly raped her twice last February. The victim, who is pregnant, also alleges that the minister promised to pay her Rs 25,000 to abort the foetus and keep mum.

                Mushahary has denied any involvement in the incident and termed the entire episode to be a "political conspiracy". He stated that he would come out with a statement soon and make his stand clear.

                Talking to mediapersons in Kokrajhar on Monday, the victim stated that on February 15 this year, several associates of the minister came to her home and took her away on the pretext of showing her a film at a local theatre. Instead of going to the theatre, the associates took her to a hotel located at Borobisha in West Bengal, where the minister allegedly raped her. According to the victim, the minister forced her to have alcoholic drinks and once she became unconscious, he raped her. When I gained consciousness, I found myself naked and experienced severe pain in my lower abdomen, she stated.

                A day after the incident, the minister's associates again visited the victim's residence and asked her to keep mum about the incident. They took me to the same hotel in Borobisha, where the minister kept me confined for hours and repeatedly raped me, the victim said. According to the victim, when she and her mother came to Guwahati to meet the minister, the latter agreed to pay them Rs 25,000 to abort the foetus. Both of them, however, failed to explain why they took such a long time in lodging the case.

                ____________________________________________

                Some1 think before you make a smart comment. Crimes can happen anywhere. The above two extracts are from your own paper.

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                  #9
                  I totally agree with you Some1.
                  Why bring the children to Islamabad.
                  India is so close.
                  Why not let the girls stay home alone there????
                  Why do they have to waste our time with bring the kids over.
                  SEND THE KIDS BACK.
                  While you are at it SEND ALL THE INDIAN KIDS PACKING!!!!

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                    #10
                    Now i know the answer to my question:
                    Why weren't they left home alone in India.
                    Thanks Rational for clearing that up.
                    So i guess Pakistan is safer.
                    So in pakistan you can't commit it or get away with the crime as the ISI is on the job.
                    While in India you can commit it and not really worry about being caught!!!!

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                      #11
                      Some1

                      if you fail to see the common sense behind the statement, i cant help it. I deplore the crime and said that the perp should be fried.

                      However strictly from a parenting point of view you should not leave children unattended like that, whether in India, Pakistan or anywhere else.

                      I mean its fairly easy for anyone to start hypothesizing on all possibilities.

                      1) Pak intelligence knew it yet did nothing
                      2) If Pak intelligence did not know it maybe they should have been keepign an eye on that guy cuz he is involved in activities of a mature that he should have 24/7 spies on him

                      3) The intruder had the blessings of the govt and it was a government plan to harrass the indian gentleman.

                      4) It was staged by the Indian intelligence.

                      and more yip-yap-yip-yap

                      Law and order is a concern and forget this type of perp but robbers can attack and so can an angry mob rallied by some idiot.

                      Who ever messed up, all I know is that I would not leave young kids alone like that no matter which ****ry I am in, and especially if I was a diplomat etc etc. Especially if my country is not providing adequate security for me and my family.

                      Anyways keep on the india-pakistan thing we can never move beyond that anyways. Everything has a conspiracy theory..

                      Ummm also, the topic "Pak intruder ...indian official" makes it look like it was in India or somewhere else. What nationality intruder do we expect in Pakistan? someone from or Burundi or East Timor?

                      The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist. And like that... he is gone.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Some1:
                        Fraudia said :
                        what bad parents leaving their little girls alone. They should be tried for child negligence in India.



                        Quite right...the parents of the children should have known they were in Pakistan
                        Well atleast they were not brought by Pakistaniz to USA and sold to strip joints in California like that Indian did........

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                        *I love God, but I dont think God loves me*
                        *For that i want to know*
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                        [This message has been edited by yOuNgBrAt (edited September 06, 2000).]

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                          #13

                          Fraudia buddy

                          Just last year,noted writer Khuswant Singh planted a grandfatherly peck/kiss on the cheek of the daughter of your ambassador during a book release function, in Delhi and all hell broke loose in Pakistan.
                          I wonder if u/your media posted anything like accusing Jehangir Qazi of leaving his daughter unescorted during the ceremony....
                          While most of what u say might sound good, it is clearly written with a Pakistani perspective.........
                          Just because molestations/rape/murders/etc. do happen in India does not mean that u indirectly justify the present incident........


                          And CM, no matter how hard I try, I cannot understand your posts (may be because of my limitations in my angrezi grammar, so I don't know how to reply.

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                            #14

                            Fraudia buddy

                            Yeah mon ami?

                            Just last year,noted writer Khuswant Singh planted a grandfatherly peck/kiss on the cheek of the daughter of your ambassador during a book release function, in Delhi and all hell broke loose in Pakistan.

                            The actions of a scholar/leader can not be compared to that of a criminal. e.g. Bill Clinton is not expected to do hanky panky in his office, a shady used car dealer is. In some circles it is considered inappropriate and as much as I am certain of grandfatherly affectionate intentions of the gentleman, I look at it as a mishap i.e. not being aware of cultural norm or acceptability of it in parts of society. I would just think that it was a cultual faux pas the exampes of which fill international business and communications books.

                            The newspapers sensationalised it, sold many copies for weeks and polished their shop.
                            So media furor is understood but as I have always maintained, people like us should see beyond that and beyond the obvious political plays and media bias. One can be patriotic and objective at the same time.

                            I wonder if u/your media posted anything like accusing Jehangir Qazi of leaving his daughter unescorted during the ceremony....

                            As far as media goes, I have little regard for media from both countries so I am not bothered by what Pakistani papers wrote then and what Indian papers are writing now.

                            Rest assured that "I" did not go to an indian website and post a topic like "Indian scholar molests Pakistani ambassodor's daughter"

                            While most of what u say might sound good, it is clearly written with a Pakistani perspective.........

                            It is clearly written with an objective perspective...without getting into politics.

                            Just because molestations/rape/murders/etc. do happen in India does not mean that u indirectly justify the present incident........

                            I wrote no such thing which would justify this action. To let you in on a little personal insight. A very close friend of mine was killed in Pakistan by intruders to her house during mohajer-punjabi riots. Her parents had left the children alone at home. The father was an outspoken punjabi leader living in a rather dangerous area in terms of demographics and lawlessness. A gang entered the house, and the final result was that the girl died. Pretty famous case, girl's name was Iffat Aiwaan, you can look it u if you want. I still blame her dad for not providing adequate protection for his family and being oblivious to the danger he was exposing them to.

                            In no way does this mean that the crime was justified, in no way does it purge the law enforcment agencies from their responsibilities of making sure that crime does not occur.

                            Unfortunately crime occurs and parents need to be very aware of this and be mindful of the possible danger.

                            Someone1, if educated people like us attempt to discuss issues while trying to limit our biases, maybe we can have an understanding. If we too give in to media sensationalising, propoganda and power plays....where does that leave us.

                            I would have said the same if it was a Pakistani diplomat in India. Crime is wrong..authorities screwed up, but parents should be very protective of their children whether the place is known to have instability and crime or not.

                            Hope you understand



                            [This message has been edited by Fraudz (edited September 06, 2000).]
                            The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he did not exist. And like that... he is gone.

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                              #15
                              And CM, no matter how hard I try, I cannot understand your posts (may be because of my limitations in my angrezi grammar, so I don't know how to reply.[/QUOTE]

                              Well buddy it is not a problem with your understanding.
                              It is the way i type and my mode of thinking.
                              Only people who are psychotically insane like me understand what i say!!!!
                              Also you here about the Indian designer who got arrested becuase she wore a dress that was designed to look like the Indian flag.
                              Check www.newsweek.com for the news.

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