Girl Arrested for Sexually Abusing and Blackmailing a Boy

In an unusual development, a female teacher from Karachi has been arrested for sexually abusing a young boy and blackmailing him with the inappropriate videos.

The Federal Investigation Agency’s (FIA) Cyber Crime Wing received a complaint from a citizen named Tahir Rasheed against the girl named Sumera Ishaq.


ALSO READ

PIA Lost Nearly Rs. 32 Billion Due to COVID-19


As per details, Sumera got involved with Tahir on social media, and the two developed a physical relationship. However, Tahir, merely a student, refused to marry Sumera upon her request.

Seeking vengeance, the school teacher leaked his private photos on social media.

According to the Additional Director of Cyber Crime Circle Karachi, the girl is a habitual offender and has been into these activities for a long time. She also seduced and blackmailed one of Tahir’s relatives before him.


ALSO READ

Govt Considering to Split PIA Into Two Companies


The official said that Sumera has been playing around with boys, and even girls, on social media, and fleecing money through various fake IDs.

Several objectionable videos and photographs with other victims were found on her phone. Further, two Mobile Phones and a number of SIM cards, used in blackmailing, were also seized during the raid.


  • Good Qanoon Sub K Liye Ek Hona Chahyeh
    Ab Mard Kare to Ap Usko NaMard Bana Doge
    Ab Aurat Kare to Ap Kiya Karoge Us K Sath Phir ?

    • I’m trying to understand why you’re getting offended if they’re castrating a rapist???!!! I think that was the best punishment when we’re hearing girls/boys/children getting raped left and right – be a man and support the right cause rather than just arguing –

    • Agree dear. It is gender based disproportionate punishment so long as crime commited by a male. For female criminals, they can go scott free kyunke hum tou laadeez hain.

  • This is act of zina bil raza. Both should be punished. I am amazed here FIA only protect their game rather pushing them. All Pakistan molvi also don’t protest on this rather for their own political benefits.

  • “Unusual development”?

    This is the ugly underbelly of oft happening cases which don’t get sufficient media attention since it goes against the typical sterotype of abuse of females/girls. It is pretty usual, so to speak.


  • close
    >