Police Arrests Women for Blackmailing Citizens After Fake Marriages

Karachi police on Friday arrested two female members of a gang that blackmailed and looted citizens by recording their objectionable videos after luring them into fake marriages.

A police official told the media that one of the two members arrested was the ringleader.


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He said that these women had lured several citizens into court marriages and had shot their obscene videos only to blackmail them later. A case has been registered against the accused.

In October last year, the city police had arrested a group of men running a sham marriage network in Karachi’s Orangi Town. The group reportedly tempted women into marriages to swindle and dump them after some time.


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On the tip-off, the police also arrested the prime suspect, Nasir, who had allegedly defrauded many women in the name of marriage.

The group was presented before a local court in November. In a preliminary sentence, the court had sent them to jail on a 14-day judicial remand.