The News Scroll 05 June 2020  Last Updated at 9:57 pm | Source: IANS

Now Cynthia Ritchie shouts rape, targets PPP top guns including Rehman Malik

Now Cynthia Ritchie shouts rape, targets PPP top guns including Rehman Malik
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Now Cynthia Ritchie shouts rape, targets PPP top guns including Rehman Malik

Islamabad, June 5 (IANS) The life and times of femme fatale and American adventurist Cynthia Dawn Ritchie have assumed a spanking new form and shape. Just moments ago, she has made a shocking revelation claiming that she was raped by Pakistan''s former Interior Minister Rehman Malik and assaulted by other men in the highest echelons of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). Her comments akin to a temblor have shaken Pakistan''s polity for her charges are quite shocking and dire.

Sure to create consternation in Pakistan, Cynthia went live on Facebook claiming that the reason the PPP is going after her is not the tweet that she shared but rather the dirt she has against the top ranking officials of the political party. These are grave and serious charges that she has levelled against those in authority, albeit in a previous political dispensation. It is clear her outburst is part of a calibrated plan as she is being used by the current regime as a stalking horse to belittle the PPP.

In her live session on Facebook, Cynthia Ritchie claimed that she was "raped by the Interior Minister Rehman Malik" in 2011 when the PPP was in power and she further claimed that she was "physically manhandled by former Health Minister Makhdoom Shahabuddin and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani while he was staying at the President''s House".

Moreover she claimed she has all the necessary evidence to support her allegations. Just before going on FB live, she calculatingly tweeted: "ZardarisFilthyPPP keeps threatening me. Why? Because they know that over the years I have been raped/assaulted by men in the highest ranks of PPP. They don''t want the world to know. I have decided to go live on Facebook in approximately 30 minutes & continue to tell my story."

--IANS

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Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: IANS
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