For most women, the threat of violence on the streets has made them prisoners in their own homes, with little contact outside of their families. The religious and tribal norms make it very difficult to talk about, much less get help for, the depression many of them now suffer. As a consequence, drugs have become an underground escape.
Women have been subjected to torture by electrocution, beatings, and rape by the investigators during interrogation. They had been also raped by the police and officers escorting them.They said that women prisoners got infected diseases and scabies. Ages of the children, accompanied by their motherâ€™s prisoners, ranging from a few months to four years and without any suitable supplies for them in the prison, . . such a situation does not exist in any prison in the world….