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A year-old Afghan girl who was severely tortured for months by her in-laws to force her into prostitution will be sent to India for medical treatment, an Afghan official has said. Sahar Gul's mother-in-law and sister-in-law have been arrested and her husband is being sought, said interior ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqi on Monday. The case has shocked Afghans, though rights activists say serious abuses against women and girls in the conservative society are common. President Hamid Karzai has said that whoever used violence against Gul will be punished.
According to officials in north-eastern Baghlan province, Gul's in-laws kept her in a basement for six months, ripped her fingernails out, tortured her with hot irons and broke her fingers. Police freed her last week after her uncle tipped them off. Gul was married about seven months ago. Jawad Basharat, spokesman for the provincial police chief in Baghlan, said an arrest warrant had been issued for her husband, who is serving in the Afghan army.
He said that her mother-in-law and other members of the family were reportedly involved in "criminal activities", which he said included prostitution and selling alcohol.
According to preliminary reports, Basharat said they tried to force her into prostitution and she did not agree. Rahima Zarifi, the provincial director of women's affairs in Baghlan, said a commission had been set up under Karzai's orders to investigate the case.
Health minister Suraya Dalil said that despite progress in women's rights, work remained to be done. That a child, that a girl child has been abused, has been physically abused, psychologically abused.