Father burn book of his daughter in front of Peshawar high court
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Father burn book of his daughter in front of Peshawar high court

Peshawar : Pakistan | Apr 30, 2012 at 1:33 AM PDT
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Peshawar, 11 year old Zaineb whose belongs to Matani area of Peshawar books has burns by his father on Monday in front of Peshawar high court during protest.

Mohammad Nawaz talks with media that he works as driver in Dubai, his relative demand me to give daughter for marriage namely Zaineb. She has only 11 years old.

He said I refused the demand then my relative threatened me and I leave my area and now living at Peshawar, but they used the peace force people (Aman Lashker) against me. He said that their relative used the Jirga against me and demand if i gives them 2750000 rupees, then they leave me other wise my family face punishment.

11 year old Zaineb talks with media and said we have no security, that’s why we leave the education and my father burn the school books during protest. She said the peace force people threatened me and my family, that they will kidnapped me. So we leave our area Matani.

During protest they demand from chief justice of Supreme Court and high court for justice, Mohammad Nawaz warned that if judiciary didn’t provide justice then he will burn his family in front of Peshawar high court in one week.

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musarrat ullah jan is based in Peshawar, North West Frontier, Pakistan, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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