A 16-year-old girl was allegedly kidnapped outside her school in Bhajanpura area of Northeast Delhi on Monday afternoon. She was later thrown out of a moving car near Nirankari Colony.
According to the police,a call was made to the police control room around 1 pm. The victim,Komal (name changed),was returning to her house from school,when she was kidnapped. Komal was accompanied by her sister,who studies in Class VII. She told the police that when they were walking back,a white Maruti van stopped in front of them,two assailants dragged Komal in and sped off.
There were three people in the car,two clad in burqas,while the third had a long beard. A senior police officer said,Komals sister told her parents who called the police.
Around 5 pm,the assailants threw the girl,still in her school uniform,out of the car in Veerpur village near Nirankari Colony. The villagers took her to the village pradhan,who then called the police control room.
A team,which had been constituted to look into the kidnapping,heard of the incident and rushed to the spot.
We found that it was the same girl from her photograph. She was visibly shaken and very frightened. She was not able to even talk. We rushed her to Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital,where a medical examination has been conducted, a senior police official said.
The girl is still in a state of shock and is undergoing counselling at the hospital. Cops said that officials from Crime Against Women cell are also counselling her.
Police officials said that a sexual assault did not take place. The girl was not in any state to tell the police what happened to her. She is yet to record her statement.
Bhajanpura police station has registered a case of kidnapping against unknown people.