Three men who were involved with the Rochdale child raping gang, which saw dozens of children abused and sex trafficked, will be stripped of their British citizenship and deported back to Pakistan, the BBC has reported.
Abdul Aziz, Adil Khan and Qari Abdul Rauf all lost their appeal they had taken against being stripped of their UK passports on the grounds it violated their human rights and will be shipped back to their country of origin after they serve their prison sentence.
The three men were part of a group of nine men imprisoned for running a child raping gang which included trafficking and forced prostitution of children as young as 13.
The men received up to a million pounds in legal aid to fight their deportation order, the UK’s Daily Mail reports.
Countless towns and cities across England have been rocked by revelations about the scale of the organised abuse of children by predominantly Pakistani men, as many as 1 million English children have fallen victim to these paedophile rape gangs according to Rotherham MP Sarah Champion who described the situation as a “national disaster”, the UK’s Mirror reported.
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