ISLAMABAD: According to Newsone, medical examination of minor domestic worker Kinza has confirmed that she was brutally tortured allegedly by her employers, Major Ammara Riaz and Dr Mohsin Riaz, who have managed to escape following serious allegations against them.
The reports released by Benazir Bhutto Hospital, Rawalpindi, an X-ray examination, as well as an ultrasound of the abdomen and pelvis, was done to investigate the extent of the injuries suffered by the 11-year-old house servant.
A case has been registered at Airport police station against Major Ammara Riaz and her husband Dr Mohsin Riaz on the complaint of the Child Protection and Welfare Bureau and they will be tried under the Child Protection Act, Rawalpindi City Police Officer (CPO) Abbas Ahsan said during a press conference later in the day.
A young girl hired as a domestic worker in Rawalpindi was allegedly tortured by her employers for over a year, it emerged on Saturday.
The case, a grim reminder of the infamous Tayyaba torture case of 2016, came to light through a series of videos shared on Twitter in which the child can be seen narrating her ordeal.
The child named Kinza, an 11-year-old per her own estimate, had said in the videos that she was employed as a domestic worker at the residence of Ammara Riaz, and her husband Mohsin Riaz, who is a doctor by profession. The house is located in Wilayat Colony, Scheme III, Chaklala.