Follow Us:
Sunday, July 22, 2018

Jaipur: Minor abducted from govt hospital, raped

It is the second case of a rape with a minor girl in recent times in Rajasthan

By: PTI | Jaipur | Published: June 19, 2016 6:27:37 pm
Rajasthan, rape, minor rape, Rajasthan rape minor, minor rape in Rajasthan, rajasthan rape, rape in rajasthan, rape in india, india rape, crime in india, india crime, crime news, india news, rajasthan news, latest news, india news The 3-year old victim was abducted from a government hospital, according to the police.

A three-year-old girl was allegedly abducted from a government hospital here and raped, police said on Sunday.

The incident occurred last night when the minor’s mother, who is differently-abled, was talking over phone and the girl went missing from the premises of SMS hospital, SHO Motidungari police station Babu Lal Vishnoi said.

The girl was found bleeding near a gate of the hospital early this morning with injury marks on her face and neck, he said, adding she was rushed to JK Lone hospital.

Share This Article
Related Article

Watch Video: What’s making news

Vishnoi said the mother and daughter belong to another state and had came to the town recently.

“The girl underwent a surgery conducted by a team of five doctors. She is admitted in ICU but her condition is stable,” Dr Ashok Gupta, Hospital Superintendent said.

Investigation is underway and efforts are on to identify and apprehend the accused, the SHO said.

This is the second incident of rape with a minor girl in Rajasthan in recent times.

A three-year-old girl was abducted and raped on Agra Highway here on the night of June 11. The accused was arrested and is in police custody.

Meanwhile, President of Jaipur Congress Committee and former MLA Pratap Singh Khachariyawas visited the victim at the hospital and held the BJP government responsible for the incident.

“This is shameful that the government is allowing law and order situation to deteriorate. Police is doing nothing to control crime,” he said.

PCC President Sachin Pilot also condemned the incident.

“The incident occurred on the premises of SMS hospital where a police chowki is present. Despite that the incident occurred,” he said.

Targeting the home minister, Pilot said the minister claimed that crime rate has come down but cases of rape and atrocities against women are on the rise.

“BJP government has completely failed in controlling crime,” he said.

For all the latest India News, download Indian Express App