Bhura Singh allegedly used to sexually harass and molest his step daughter. When she complained to her mother, she allegedly ignored the complaint. In 2014, he took his step daughter to Noida and raped her. His step daughter was then 10 years old.
“It doesn’t seem case of rape by one person. She was probably sexually assaulted by more than two persons. They might have tried to thrust some object in her vagina also. Her liver was found ruptured,” said Dr S K Dattarwal, senior professor at the PGIMS.
According to the FIR, the incident took place around 10 pm on December 12 at Sant Kabir Ashram at Govindpur, where about 50 men and women lived.
The Class IX student alleged that the six men — aged between 18 and 25 — took turns to rape her and threatened her with dire consequences if she told anyone. Police said she did not tell her parents.
“The child’s uncle, Pushpendra, who hails from UP and was the first abductor, was arrested from Noida on Thursday. He was produced in court on Friday and has been remanded in five-day police custody,” said PRO, Gurgaon Police.
Police said that after stabbing Pinak to death, Dhandhla poured some inflammable substance on his body and tried to burn it. Therefore, he has also been booked for trying to destroy evidence.
Police have launched a manhunt to nab the culprits, they said, adding the woman has been sent for medical examination.
A court source said, “The girl turned hostile and claimed the police had caught the wrong person. It was then decided to compare the DNA of the accused and that of the baby to ascertain paternity.”
Police said that the girl was taken to the hospital by her father on December 25 after she complained of pain in her stomach.
While the girl’s family resides at Nojal village in Shamli’s Thana Bhawan area, the 21-year-old youth is a resident of Baghpat district. Both families are related, said police.
To be 18 and a woman in rural Uttar Pradesh is to always walk a thin red line.
In the second case, a 60-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting two minors — aged nine and five — in southwest Delhi’s Palam village
This comes after the woman had moved Allahabad High Court, claiming that she had married the son of the sub-inspector on her own and faced threats from her family.
The police said the incident took place on December 19, when the victim hired a cab for Thane.
According to police, the girl, who studies in Class X in a government school, lives with her family in Shalimar Bagh village.