Punjab

CM vows judicial inquiry into Kasur child abuse scandal

LAHORE/KASUR: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has vowed to hold a judicial inquiry into Kasur child abuse scandal and to hand stern punishment to the perpetrators, ARY News reported.

In a statement issued from CM House, Shahbaz Sharif directed the Home Department Punjab for constituting an inquiry commission headed by a district and sessions judge.

He ordered for making an immediate request to the chief justice of Lahore High Court (LHC) to form the commission.

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The chief minister in his statement vowed to hand stern punishment to the culprits involved in the largest child abuse scandal in Pakistan’s history and to provide justice to affected families.

On the other hand, parents of the victims refused to meet the CM in Kasur today.

Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, instead of himself going to place of incident Hussain Khan Wala, had called the parents of affected children to Kasur.

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