ظالم کون ہے مدرسہ حفصہ کی طالبات یا روشن خیال آنٹی شمیم ؟ اور دیکھئے کہ مینجمنٹ سائنس میں بھی کیسا کمال حاصل کر لیا ہے لوگوں نے ۔ شکیل انجم کی تحقیقاتی رپورٹ کا مکمل متن یہاں کلک کر کے پڑھیئے ۔
This unusual sex business was open to all and sundry in G-6/1 Sector from 9am to 2pm sharp. “I searched for a job for more than seven months after the death of my husband, who worked as a supervisor in a private firm. I failed to get a suitable job, as wherever I went I was overtly or covertly asked for sexual favours,” a young widow, ‘N’, told this correspondent in an interview. “In the beginning, I fell into the hands of a dirty old man,” the widow in her late twenties said. “The old man had employed me as a personal secretary in his office in Blue Area but later exploited me sexually.” Later, she was somehow introduced to Aunty Shamim, who received her affectionately and behaved like a “mother”. She was thus forced by circumstances to accept her offer. She agreed to sell her body to earn money as starvation loomed over her family. She had to feed her children as well as old parents. She told her in-laws and parents that she was working with a semi-governmental organisation.
“The aunty got 70 per cent of the total earned money because she paid as much as 35 per cent to the area police,” she alleged. “It is a dirty but very lucrative job,” she said and maintained, “In this trade in Islamabad one can make millions within a few months.”
”Dozens of women were involved in this trade”, she said, adding that most of them were educated and had told their families that they were employed in some private organisations. “The women spent five hours in the brothel during the ‘office timings’ and left an hour before the office hours,” she revealed.
“The police provided complete protection to the business and the business centre,” ‘T’, who used to be second-in-command of Aunty Shamim alleged. “The police used to inform us well before time if there was to be any raid. In fact, the area police were running the sex trade,” she said and asserted, “No one could dare take on us because of the police shelter.”
Besides the young widow ‘N’, three other women, on Saturday met this correspondent in The News Bureau Office and claimed that they had been associated with Aunty Shamim and wanted to “expose” her. Aunty Shamim was said to be so highly connected that she was never touched by any law-enforcement agency despite several complaints lodged by the neighbours and others. However, recently after she was kidnapped by the Jamia Hafsa students and made to announce that she would stop this business, Aunty Shamim left for some unknown destination.