After a female cricketer filed a FIR at Gaggu Mandi police station, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) suspended a regional coach and launched an investigation into alleged gang rape.
The coach urged the girl, who was a fast bowler, join the college cricket team and also offered her a job five years ago, according to the available evidence and the victim’s video message.
The victim further stated that the coach began asking her to his house on weekends and that he drunk and raped her three years ago with the help of his friends.
According to the girl’s written testimony, the coach and his friends filmed her before blackmailing her and putting the footage on social media.
She further alleged that they stole four tolas of gold, Rs. 60,000, and her phone from her, and that they had previously sexually harassed a number of other women.
She said she had been kidnapped, tortured, and raped by a group. Meanwhile, the coach procured a forged nikahnama and began referring to her as his wife.
Following receipt of the victim’s allegation, cricket board director Nadeem Khan ordered a comprehensive inquiry, despite the fact that the coach is now on bail and the main suspect is in policea custody.