19-year-old woman raped tribal court ruled sentenced to death by stoning

19-year-old woman raped tribal court ruled sentenced to death by stoning. A 19 year old woman Shamaila raped at gunpoint by her cousin in Pakistan.

She told that she raped in her family home at gunpoint by her cousin Khalil in Rajanpur Punjab province Pakistan.

She reported the crime to the local a tribal court that operates outside the official justice system in remote areas of the country.

But told she intentionally seduced her attacker.

19-year-old woman raped tribal court ruled sentenced to death by stoning.

19-year-old woman raped tribal court ruled sentenced to death by stoning.

The tribal court which included the alleged rapist’s father, then found her guilty of adultery and declared her a Kari, or adulteress.

As the judgement Shamalila sentenced to death by stoning or to be sold off.

The council decided no action needed to take against the alleged rapist.

The woman and her father went to the police, who have now launched an official investigation.

The arrest warrant has now issued for the members of the tribal council, and the woman taken to a refuge away from the village.

Women declared Kari often executed by their own family in so-called honour killings to restore their reputation.

The woman denied any illicit relationship with her cousin Khalil Ahmed.

and alleged that he raped her at gunpoint when she was sleeping at her house.

The police registered an FIR against the panchayat members.

And will take them into custody for declaring her kaari (liable to death either by stoning or else.

The police has sent Shumaila to a government safe house for women in Rajanpur.

The SHO of Fazilpur Police Station, Qaisar Hasnain, said Shumaila’s father said in a statement that he forced to accept the panchayat’s decision.

19-year-old woman raped tribal court ruled sentenced to death by stoning.

Woman raped at gunpoint tribal court ruled sentenced to death by stoning.

“Since the panchayat declared her liabale to be killed he had to accept the decision as it was the tradition of his village,” he said.

“Honour” killings and death sentences usually sanctioned through the panchayat system in Pakistani villages.