KHAIRPUR: Twitter is trending with #JusticeForMominaLarik with people demanding justice for Momina Larik, a seven-year-old was raped and brutally murdered in Pir Jo Goth village in Khairpur District.
This is not the first case of child abuse nor it will be the last, our society of full of savages who don’t see age or gender. They are predators just waiting for their prey, whoever it may be.
Justice For Momina Larik (#JusticeForMominaLarik)
The story of Momina Larik is no different than any other little angel who has been a victim of sexual assault. The seven-year-old minor girl was abducted, raped and brutally murdered near Pir Jo Goth in Khairpur District of Sindh.
The case of Momina Larik has just begun to emerge as people have started raising the issue on social media while demanding justice for this heinous crime.
The body of the minor girl has been taken for postmortem while investigation into the case has been initiated by authorities who are collecting evidence in the case.
The cases of child abuse are on the rise in the country as countless number of little girls and boys have fallen victim to sexual assault. The public each time demands justice but the voices fade away with time but unfortunately the little victims hardly get the justice they deserve.
The victim-blaming society along with the lack of punishment for these monsters fuel their ego and gives them courage to go out and commit such atrocities on the weak and helpless.
The case of Momina Larik is developing and updates will be shared as soon as they are available.
On Social Media
This case has not been highlighted by any major media outlet of Pakistan despite the trending hashtag #JusticeForMominaLarik on Twitter with people demanding justice for Momina Larik.
The parents of of the young victim are pleading for justice. The pain they must be going through after losing their little girl is unimaginable. The public knows justice is never served here and countless little souls have went through same agony and at such a tender age.
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