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Bheel woman reportedly brutally gang-raped & murdered, her head & breasts chopped off: Pak

A horrific incident of a 42-year-old Bheel woman being gang-raped and brutally murdered has emerged from Pakistan’s Sindh. The victim has been identified as Diya Bheel who, as per reports, was first gang-raped and later her head and breasts were chopped off. The demonic accused went as far as de-skinning her head before disposing of her dead body along with the de-skinned head in a wheat field.

The case has been reported from Sanghar District’s Sinjhoro town in Pakistan’s Sindh. Media reports say no case has been filed in the matter thus far. Furthermore, the accused have also not been identified.

It has come to light that the woman was beheaded and her arms were chopped off using a sharp weapon.

There are marks of the sharp weapon all over her body and she was chopped to pieces says My Sanghar news channel. The Sinjhoro police took the victim’s body into custody and sent it for post-mortem. The police said that they are investigating the matter and are using sniffer dogs to get leads.

Abduction, rape, forced conversion, and marriage of minor Hindu girls are common occurrences in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. At least 1000 minority girls suffer such sex slavery every year in Sindh province alone. Apart from this, Pakistani Hindus face systemic and institutionalized discrimination and neglect, such as frequent attacks on Hindu temples, demonization of education curriculum, police and judicial antipathy, denial of fundamental rights, and even untouchability. This latest instance of the brutal rape and murder of a Bheel woman in Pakistan is yet another proof of the pitiable condition of Hindu minorities in Pakistan.

(Featured Image Source: Mahesh Vasu’s Twitter account)

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