Amid nationwide outage in opposition to the alleged gang rape and homicide of a 20-year-old girl in Uttar Pradesh’s Hathras, a Dalit teenage lady in poll-bound Bihar’s Gaya district died by suicide on Friday after allegedly being gang raped by 4 males, the police mentioned.
In line with the police, the lady’s dad and mom have filed a case of gang rape naming three of the 4 accused as Rahul Kumar, Chintu Kumar and Chandan Kumar. The fourth accused stays unidentified, the police mentioned.
In line with sources, the physique’s post-mortem was carried out at Gaya Medical School and the outcomes are awaited.
The case comes shut on heels of a Dalit girl’s alleged gang rape and homicide by 4 males from a so-called “higher caste” group in Uttar Pradesh’s Hathras.
The Hathras sufferer died on Tuesday at a hospital in Delhi. She had suffered a number of fractures, paralysis and extreme spinal damage when she was assaulted by 4 males from her village on September 14. The police mentioned there was a gash in her tongue as a result of she had bitten it when the lads had been attempting to strangle her.
The Uttar Pradesh Police’s dealing with of the case, together with delay in submitting a case of rape and dead-of-night cremation with out the household’s consent or presence, has snowballed right into a political challenge that’s more likely to forged its shadow on the three-phase Bihar Meeting elections beginning October 28.
Opposition events, together with Congress and RJD, are more likely to nook Bihar’s ruling coalition led by Nitish Kumar Yadav over girls’s security, atrocities in opposition to Dalits, the three controversial farm payments okayed by the President amid continued opposition by farmers nonetheless on protest, its dealing with of the coronavirus pandemic and the migrant disaster.
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