Atrocities with girls in slums :- The incident of gang-rape in the Sonha police station area of Basti district of Uttar Pradesh has created a stir in a village.
Five young men gang-raped the girl by breaking the door of the house. All accused of gang-rape have been arrested. The police have sent five accused, four of whom are minors. The 20-year-old girl was living alone at home at that time.
Due to her elder daughter’s operation, her mother and middle daughter were treated at a private hospital in Dumariaganj, Siddharthnagar district.
Meanwhile, four teenagers took advantage of the opportunity to enter the victim’s house and caught him alone. The accused found the girl alone at night and broke the door of the house and raped her. 4 out of 5 rapists were minors. Five accused have been sent to jail after treatment.
This heartbreaking incident took place on the night of September 2
Five accused in the case of gang rape of a young woman. When the victim’s mother returned home on September 2, she reported the incident. Her younger daughter was a victim of cruelty and she was shocked to learn about it. The mother informed Sonaha police about the cruelty towards her daughter late at night.
As the case is two-fold, the police registered the case and started arresting the accused. Based on tip-off, five accused were arrested from Kolhui of Sagara village on Wednesday.
The girl said when her health deteriorated
This happened. When the girl’s physical condition deteriorated, the family members reached home to inquire about the incident. The family is shocked to know the incident.
In response, the family filed a complaint with the police. CO Preeti Kharwar said a case under section 376D, 427 has been registered against the five accused based on the girl’s complaint.
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Four of the accused are minors, while Lalit Chaurasia is an adult. Everyone should take legal action after arrest. Four others in police custody have been sent to the Child Welfare Board and one accused has been sent to court.