Islamabad: A Pakistani female medical student of Nawabshah in Sindh province accused her university’s director of torture and sexual harassment, the media reported on Thursday.
An initial medical report made by a police surgeon confirmed on Thursday that the torture marks were found on the body parts of the MBBS student of the People’s University of Medical and Health Sciences for Women (PUMHSW) in Nawabshah.
“There are clear marks of torture on the woman’s arms, throat and face,” the medical professional said, adding the final report will be coming up in the next two days.
On Wednesday, the student alleged that she was harassed and tortured by the varsity director, Ghulam Mustafa Rajput, after she refused to obey him. She said that she was subjected to torture and sexual harassment for four years by the director, ARY News reported.
She also claimed that Fareen Atika, a hostel warden, attempted to strangle her and tortured her inside a room. Warden also tried to take her mobile phone when she attempted to flee the room, the victim alleged.
She also said that female students in the hostel of university were not safe and facing serious threats to their lives.