Islamabad, Feb 13 (ANI): The Pakistani man, who alleged being abducted and sexually assaulted by three women from Clifton, Karachi, says that the incident has ruined his social life as well as caused him emotional, physical and monetary harms and losses.
Khalil Ahmed, 22, was reportedly abducted by three women in Clifton and was sexually assaulted for many days, while being kept in illegal confinement at an undisclosed location.
"I am in immense pain, both physically and emotionally. I have lost my job, and have been told to take complete bed rest by doctors. Meanwhile, I have no money to spend on treatment and fulfil other basic needs," the News quoted him as saying.
The Boating Basin Police has registered a case for abduction, illegal confinement, and torture against the yet unidentified women.
While the police are still clueless about the culprits, some investigators are also expressing doubts at the events narrated by Ahmed.
Ahmed, a resident of Pakistani Punjab, has said that the scepticism expressed by police officers as well as his friends and relatives is proving to be another dilemma and source of mental torture for him.
"Worst of all, when people say that I'm telling lies as no such incident took place or I'm a male prostitute, it hurts the most. Media persons, police investigators and my acquaintances have so many conspiracy theories that I can't even think of," he said.
He also claims to be married, but his wife has not been handed over to him as her Rukhsati has not been carried out yet.
"I have been getting signals that this event could also result in end of my marriage even before I could see my wife," he said.
Further he said that the doctors have asked him to take complete bed rest for at least six months, and avoid indulging in sexual intercourse to avoid becoming impotent for the rest of his life.
"Those three or four days were the filthiest and most abhorrent period of my life and now sex has become a loathsome act for me. My internal and external reproductive organs are still aching even after the passage of nearly two weeks of this incident," he said. (ANI)