UNN has received reports that three Pakistani men that were convicted in Rochdale as part of the child grooming scandal are roaming the streets of the town. This is despite losing them their legal right to remain in Britain two years ago.
The three men, named Qari Abdul Rauf, Abdul Aziz and Adil Khan were convicted in 2012 of a number of charges which relating to the sexual abuse of children, some as young as 12. All three men were all released before the end of their prison sentences, with the serving four years or less behind bars.
The three ‘men’ had a duel Pakistani and UK citizenship but looked certain to face deportation to Pakistan following the government’s announcement that it would be revoking their British citizenship.
Following the announcement, the men mounted a tax-payer funded challenge on the basis that their human rights were violated. This appeal was rejected back in July of 2018. Despite this, there are no indications that any deportation proceedings have taken place against the three men.
A victim of Qari Abdul Rauf has said that she had seen pictures of Mr Rauf on social media of him on social media in Rochdale recently and has said “I thought Theresa May had organised his deportation, so how come he’s still here? I feel violated to know he’s living near me – in the same area where he hunted for girls like me. It’s a total betrayal of grooming victims that he’s allowed to stay”.
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Current Affairs Correspondent | My name is Oliver Down I am 22, and a staunch brexiteer. I am a Bristolian lad who studied politics in Leicester. I believe in free speech and accurate journalism and I won’t be afraid to give you “the other side” of the story!
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