ISLAMABAD (JAN 8, 2017): 10-year-old maid Tayyaba Bibi has been traced out by the intelligence agencies today. Police has recovered her from a house located in the suburbs of the Capital.
It is pertinent to mention here that Police and the intelligence agencies were on their toes because Chief Justice of the country had taken suo moto notice of the tragedy and had ordered recovery of the child.
The ten-year-old Tayyaba was allegedly beaten by wife of a lower-court judge. She had purportedly also burnt the child’s hands on the burner because she could not find a missing broom.
The girl has been working as a maid since she was only eight. In Pakistan while super-corrupt politicians, bureaucrats and landlords usurp the public money to build empires in and out of the country, innumerable Tayyabas are forced to work in harsh conditions.
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10-year-old maid Tayyaba Bibi – allegedly tortured by a sitting judge – to be re-examined by PIMS medical board
ISLAMABAD (5 Jan., 2017): A District Magistrate here has written to the Executive Director of PIMS to form a medical board in order to establish what caused the wounds on the 10-year-old victim Tayyaba Bibi who has allegedly been tortured by a sitting judge of a lower court and his family.
News that parents of the child had patched-up with the alleged tormentor had caused an exceptionally hostile reaction from the civil society.
Earlier the concerned SSP maintained that the cause of wounds on the rear side of the victim needed to be ascertained in order to conclude the investigation.
It is pertinent to mention here that Tayyaba was earlier examined on 29 Dec (2016) at PIMS.
Sources privy to NewsPaksitan.TV have informed that the requested board has been constituted. It comprises of Dr. Asma (Psychologist), Dr. Hameed-ud-din (Plastic Surgeon), Dr. S.H. Waqar (General Surgeon) and Dr. Tariq Iqbal (Burns Surgeon). The board will be furnishing their report with 2days following examination.
CJP says parents can’t deny kids’ basic rights: Child maid torture case
ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar has said that even parents dont have a right to deny fundamental rights to their children. He was commenting on the recent torture case of a 10-year-old maid Tayyaba Bibi (or Amna?)
According to details CJP, who is heading a two-member bench hearing the case has questioned how parents patched-up with with the torturers of their child.
Moreover, since a couple has also claimed to be parents of the child, a DNA test has also been ordered to ascertain who the real parents are. Meanwhile, the other couple who had been reckoned so far the parents disappeared from the scene.
The claimants say the real name of the child is Amna and not Tayyabi. Union Council does not have any record of her birth.