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#Stopviolenceagainstchildren: 4-year-old Jannat brutally raped

One after another heartbreaking incident, in Mansehra, a 4-year-old girl named Jannat was missing from four days from Durband. Her family and parents tried to find her desperately but she was nowhere to be found.

The little girl was brutally raped and thrown down an 80ft well located a few miles from the village. The little girl survived four days shivering and starving and eventually she was found and rushed to the hospital. The little survived 4 days in the well but later died in the hospital because of unhelpful staff

Pakistani famous actress Armeena Khan also posted on her Instagram stating the whole incident about Jannat. She questions how many more Zainab, Namrita and Jannat’s is it going to take before we actually get conscious about this matter.

She further continued ” This could’ve been your kid! I don’t know how many times my heart’s going to break. I ask again, where is our Shame? Our ghairat? Those in charge pls do something! Fund the hospitals, tighten the laws and put these disgusting criminals behind bars. For the rest of us, we should raise our voices and stop violence against children. We need justice for this little kid NOW. What was her fault? God knows, each time I look at this picture, it destroys my soul! May little Jannat rest in Jannat! “

Pakistani celebrity Naveed Raza took to his Instagram and shared both the incident criticizing the parliament for fighting over Nawaz sharif, PM Imran Khan for cracking jokes and Pakistani people for busy into condemning Norway for not protecting Muslim. He is clearly giving a message to stop child abuse and any form of violence against children.

Another incident took place In Rawalpindi where a 7-year-old little girl was raped and strangled to death by her own uncle. the heinous act didn’t stop as even after the little girl died she was still subjected to sexual assault.

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