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Raped & Paraded Naked Through the Village…Women Rights???

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There are some bone-chilling customs against women in Pakistan that treat them as goods and commodities. There is a custom in rural areas called ‘Vanni’. I will explain this custom with a real example.

In 2002 there was a girl named Mukhtar Mai, her 14 years old brother was kidnapped and raped by the men of a richer and stronger Mastoi clan living in the same area…

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