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LAHORE: Minor children -- both girls and boys -- are falling prey to paedophiles in the provincial capital as the incidents of child sexual abuse continue to surface here and most of such criminals escape conviction because of poor investigation by police and flawed prosecution. The alarmingly high official figures of cases of sexual assault on minors in Lahore show that such crimes have not been a priority for the police high-ups. Details of these show that minors are mostly targeted by paedophiles in playgrounds, streets, markets and shops in congested localities. According to psychiatrists, the effects of sexual abuse in childhood keep haunting the victims throughout their life, adversely impacting their physical and mental health. A majority of them, they say, suffer from depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and other psychological issues. Many victims prefer to spend life in isolation, avoiding contact with relatives, friends and class fellows, the experts say. Some of the victims themselves become abusers when they grow up, they add.
By Chris Pleasance for MailOnline. A skull and bones belonging to a missing year-old have been found inside the lion enclosure of a safari park in Pakistan. Muhammad Bilal was reported missing on Tuesday from his family home in Lahore after going out to gather fodder for their cattle. Skeletal remains of the teenager was discovered inside an enclosure housing four lions at the Lahore Safari Park on Wednesday.
It was the second consecutive constitutional transfer of power from one civilian government to another in Pakistan. In the campaign, Khan pledged to make economic development and social justice a priority. Attacks by Islamist militants resulted in fewer deaths in Pakistan in than in recent years. However, strikes primarily targeting law enforcement officials and religious minorities killed hundreds of people. The Taliban and other armed militants killed and injured hundreds of people in a failed effort to disrupt the elections. The government continues to muzzle dissenting voices in nongovernmental organizations NGOs and media on the pretext of national security. Militants and interest groups also threaten freedom of expression through threats and violence. Women, religious minorities, and transgender people face violent attacks, discrimination, and government persecution, with authorities failing to provide adequate protection or hold perpetrators accountable.