Karachi, Feb 2 (ANI): Karachi police have registered a case against three unidentified women who allegedly abducted a man and raped him over four consecutive days, and later throwing him near Qayyumabad River in an unconscious state.
The victim identified as Khalil (23) had recently arrived in Karachi from Rahimyar Khan, and works as a waiter at a restaurant in Neelum Colony, Clifton.
Khalil revealed that, on the night of January 27, an identified man ordered him to deliver food to the women sitting in a car parked outside the restaurant.
"After giving me the order, the man went towards the car. I took the order to the car where the women - two of whom were young and the third was middle-aged - told me that they had recently shifted to the area," the Daily Times quoted him as saying.
The women then asked him to deliver food to their house every day, to which he agreed.
"They asked me to go along with them in the car ... they said they wanted to show me where their house was," he added.
Khalil said that the women gave him a "glazed sweet", and once they got to the house, "they gave me milk that had some drug mixed in it ... I fell unconscious after drinking it".
As he regained his consciousness, Khalil revealed that he found that the women had undressed him, "and they were forcing themselves onto me".
According to ASP Asad Raza, the three women sexually assaulted Khalil for the next four days, and then threw him near Qayyumabad River.
Khalil managed to stop a passing motorist, who took him to Civil Hospital.
"His condition is really bad ... his genitals are bleeding and he cannot walk properly," said Raza. (ANI)