SISTERS aged 15 and 17 were abducted and gang-raped for six days by an evil mob of 15 monsters in Pakistan.
A complaint was filed on behalf of the victims by their mum who stated that her daughters were kidnapped on September 11 by a group of men.
The mum claims that her teenage kids were taken to different locations for six days where they were gang-raped by the suspects.
The men allegedly took photographs of the girls and recorded videos of the vile abuse.
"My daughters were taken to different locations for six days where they were gang-raped by the suspects... who intoxicated my daughters and took indecent photographs and recorded videos of them," the police report quoted the mother as saying.
According to a police report, the 15-year-old was later dropped off at Faisalabad's Jhang Bazar while her sister was left at a different location before the suspects fled.
The mother of the two victims says that the family are unable to take legal action against the men on account of poverty.
Instead, the family have left their residence and settled at another location.
However, the suspects have not left the family alone and continue to catcall and record videos of the teenage girls wherever they go.
'WE CANNOT FIGHT THEM'
"We are poor people. We cannot fight them nor can we afford to pay for lawyers. So we have decided to leave our house here and go somewhere else," said the mother.
It is the latest case in the rape epidemic that is sweeping across Pakistan, especially in the Punjab province where the two girls were kidnapped.
In September a woman was allegedly gang-raped after being kidnapped while waiting for a bus in Pakistan.
The 22-year-old was kidnapped in Karachi's Clifton, Pakistan on September 23 and was taken to an apartment where she was assaulted, police said.
She is reported to have described how three men in a car abducted her while she waited for a bus to go home.
According to police, after she was raped, the men then dropped her back at the same spot she had been kidnapped from, leaving the her to find her way home.
The attack came days after Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan called for rapists and child molesters to be chemically castrated.
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He told 92 News he had discussed the issue with members of his cabinet when asked about a rape case which had gripped the country.
He said: “I think he (the rapist) should be hanged publicly”.
After acknowledging that public hangings would be frowned upon by the international community, he said people who commit the crimes should “undergo chemical castration, or surgery be performed so they cannot do anything in future”.