Quetta Video Scandal: Quetta Pakistan Video Viral on Social Media QUETTA: The missing ladies within the leaked video case that surfaced Friday couldn’t be recovered but, police stated Sunday while sharing the development within the investigation of the case. Police arrested two males for allegedly forcing girls to report inappropriate videos and later sharing them on social media. Each suspect, who’re stated to be brothers, has been arrested after police launched a probe into the incident. Follow More Update On Newsminatii.in
The missing girls’ mom, who is among the complainants of the case, has additionally disappeared from the situation, police stated. Police added that each of the missing girls is in Afghanistan and efforts for his or her recovery are underway. Stating the main points of the case, the police stated that two complaints had been filed to report the leaked video on the Qaidabad Police Station in Quetta. The first complaint was lodged by the missing ladies’ mom, whereas the opposite was lodged by one other victim.
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In the meantime, the Balochistan residence minister stated that the government is in touch with the Afghan authorities for the return of the missing girls. Following the arrest, the suspects have been remanded into police custody for 14 days for interrogation. Initial investigation into the incident revealed that the suspects lured girls with jobs however later forced them to report inappropriate videos, police stated.
The police additional added that they’ve confiscated cellphones, videos, USBs, and different gadgets containing the movies from the suspects and have sent them for forensic analysis. The Federal Investigation Company’s cybercrime cell has additionally been contacted for help, police stated.
Sister says that #HidayatKhilji kept me locked in his house for three days and raped me. And my sister and brother who are still missing!! All of you are expected to speak up for Sister & demand that the perpetrators be punished severely.#HIDAYAT_THE_RAPIST #Hang_The_Rapist pic.twitter.com/BjIYWR8Mop
— Azhar Afghan (@AzharAfghan13) December 11, 2021
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In the meantime, an investigation team — headed by SSP Operations Abdul Haq — has been fashioned to research the case. Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo took notice of the incident and ordered strict motion towards the culprits.
“The culprits can be brought to justice,” the chief minister vowed.