Bamyan woman urges government for justice
BAMYAN City (Pajhwok): A number of women in central Bamyan province who had become victim of violent incidents demanded justice from the government.
Maliha, the resident of Waras district, said she was sexually attacked by a man and since one year she and her husband had been perusing her case to get justice and punish the accused man.
She told Pajhwok Afghan News that Wahid wanted to sexually attack her again, but security officials halt him from doing so and seized him in his house.
Maliha said the court fined Wahid only 50,000 Afghani and did not sent him to the jail. The accused individual was roaming in the area and continued harassing women.
Hussain Karbalai, the husband of Maliha, warned he would torch himself if the government did not provided justice to his wife.
He said they could not live in society as residents of locality stared at them due to what had happened with Karbalai wife one year ago.
Mohammad Sulaiman Sidiqui, judge of the primary court, both parties could appeal in the appealent court if they did not agree with the earlier decision.
Rohullah Farogh, The Afghanistan Indepenedent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) head for Bamyan, said they investigated the issued three time but could not find the evidance which could support that Maliha was sexually attacked, however, the AIHR would continued is probe.
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