The CM has directed Commissioner Dera Ghazi Khan to submit a report into the incident immediately, says an official handout issued here on Saturday. (APP)
DGK DCO said that there were contradictions in the statements of the girls. Five girls on pleasure trip had arrived at the house of their relation Asif Imran here and had gone on a visit to Fort Monroe, where the border levies men on the pretext of checking took them to the Fort Monroe police station and allegedly subjected them to assaults. All the five persons including the three border levies men Amjad Ali, Naveed Ahmad and Mohammad Zafar named in this case are absconding.
Levies men from an unknown place talking to the Geo News said that they had asked the girls to let them check their vehicle, which led to the exchange of hot words, the girls threatened them and later they were let go.
A three-member probe team headed by Additional IG Nasir Durrani on the directive of Punjab chief minister has arrived at the circuit house here.
DGK Border Levies Force senior commandant and DCO Iftikhar Ali told media that complete security was being provided to the girls, while their medical reports would be received by tomorrow from Lahore. They said that the girls have not yet disclosed their identities and their statements were full of contradictions.
DCO said that the levies men accused for ravishing the girls would volunteer arrest today.
According to Commander Border Military Police Tariq Basra, the five girls belong to Lahore and were visiting Dera Ghazi Khan. Tariq Basra added that the incident took place in the station of the Border Military Police.
A case has been registered against the accused personnel and they have been arrested. A team has also been formed to investigate the incident.
DERA GHAZI KHAN:
A girl, born with three arms in the Taunsa Sharif sub-division of Dera Ghazi Khan, was shifted to Nishter Hospital in Multan on Wednesday. The girl had been born on Monday.
The baby girl has the third arm joined to her back, near the spinal cord.
The father, Waqar Ahmed, had brought his daughter to Nishter Hospital, where she was admitted to ward 19 immediately and treatment was underway.
Dr Ghulam Shabbir at the hospital said that the disorder that the baby girl had is called Polymelia, in which a person is born with extra limbs.
He further revealed that experts have been consulted regarding the issue and that once initial reports are obtained, it can be ascertained as to how difficult the operation can be.