Three members of Rochdale grooming gang are STILL living in the town two years AFTER they were ordered to be deported for abusing girls as young as 12

  • It has emerged that three of the men still reside in the area they terrorised 
  • Just three years ago the men lost the right to remain living in Britain 
  • One of the men is a father of five, a cabbie and a former teacher at a mosque 
  • Victims have spoken of their outrage after learning of the trio's return Abdul Aziz and Qari Abdul Rauf, pictured, also have dual citizenship. The Home Office refused to comment whether deportation proceedings were active against any of the four men
Three of the members of the Rochdale grooming gang now once again reside in the town where they abused girls as young as 12, it has been revealed.
The men are known to be back in the Greater Manchester town just two years after losing the right to stay in Britain.
Victims of the grooming gang have expressed their horror after learning the men who haunted them were back on the doorstep, despite a judge rejecting their appeals against their British citizenship being revoked.
The news was revealed by the Mirror, who one of the group's victims told she felt 'violated' by their return. 
One of the men, Abdul Rauf, 51, is a father of five, a taxi driver and a former teacher at a mosque. His sentence was six years for trafficking and sex with a girl, who was aged 15.
Another, Abdul Aziz, 49, carried the more sinister title of 'the master' and is a father of three. He was originally sentenced to nine years for trafficking and conspiracy to engage in sex with a child.
The third, Adil Khan, 50, was given eight years for conspiracy and trafficking a 13-year-old girl who fell pregnant.
All three men have served their sentences. 

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