RAWALPINDI: The mother of an eight-year-old Pakistani-American girl expressed shock after she learnt that the Westridge police had given a clean chit to a boy who attempted to rape her daughter and the school principal who took no administrative action against the male student on her complaint.
RA*, the mother of eight-year-old D*, told The Express Tribune that it was shocking for her to learn that the police had exonerated A*– the 12-year-old accused – and F*, the principal of the private school.
She said that on Monday, an additional district and sessions judge rejected the pre-arrest pleas of both A* and F*. She said that the police arrested them both after their bail pleas were rejected.
RA* said that she would take legal action against the police for giving a clean chit to the accused.
When contacted, Westridge SHO Malik Asif said the investigators had found no evidence against either of the accused persons and had submitted their report in the court of the area magistrate. He said that the police had discharged the accused from the case after their bail pleas were rejected on May 16.