A toddler girl in Mansehra died after spending four days in a deep well, having allegedly been abducted and raped. When little Jannat went missing from her home in Durban, Mansehra– her parents looked desperately for her everywhere but to no avail. She had been missing for 4 days now and her parents had lost all hope for her safe return. Until news of her being found came to them-unfortunately not all news is good news. Tiny Jannat had been found but she was barely alive. After being abducted -from outside her home- a group of pedophiles, raped and then dumped her inside a barren 80-feet deep well, a few miles away from the village. Jannat was a warrior who survived the soul-scarring incident at the hands of those barbaric men and somehow managed to regain consciousness inside the well. She kept crying and screaming for 4 days straight in the hope that someone would be able to save her from the hell that she had been thrown into. There are conflicting versions of what exactly happened. The gravestone is that Jannat had been abducted, raped and left to die inside the well. Adding insult to injury is that the dying child was denied proper medical treatment, according to her family. This horrifying tale is what prompted some national celebrities in Pakistan to raise their voices for Jannat and other alleged minor victims of brutality. Popular actress and model Armeena Khan posted a photo of the little girl on her Instagram page, saying Pakistanis need justice for this little kid NOW.” Some skeptics say that, while the case seems quite murky and foul play is highly suspected, people should not rush to conclusions before all relevant facts are established. Her father, Mohammad Nazakat told the media that there were no proper facilities at King Abdullah Hospital (where his daughter was taken) which is why she could not get proper treatment. He also alleged that there were no doctors at the said local hospital when they took Jannat there and that the dispensers were unable to save her. The staff at the Tehsil Headquarters Hospital in Oghi did not help him either in regards to his daughter’s post mortem nor did the District Headquarters Hospital.