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Gang rape of a student of class VII going to see the fair, the minor was made a victim of lust

The incident of gang-rape of a minor girl has come to light on the Mudhra mountain of Narkopi police station area of ​​Ranchi. The incident took place on Sunday, when the minor girl asked the bike riders for a lift to go to the Jatra Mela. The bike riders took her to a mountain on the pretext of giving her a lift. Where the minor was raped.

After carrying out this incident, the minor girl was pushed down the mountain, due to which she fainted. Seeing in a bad condition, Narkopi police reached the spot on the information of the villager. The police took the minor to Sadar Hospital, from where she was sent to RIMS for better treatment. The minor girl hails from Lohardaga district and is studying in the seventh standard in the same school in the village. Taking the matter seriously, Narkopi Police has arrested two accused. The arrested accused include Shahadat Hussain and Chandra Kishore Oraon. Both are residents of Navjua. The accused are being questioned by the police. Rural SP Naushad Alam said that an FIR has been registered in the matter at Narkopi police station. The matter is under investigation.

She got down from Lohardaga to Najua station and started walking to visit the Jatra fair in the village. By the same route, both the accused were also going to see the Jatra fair on a bike. When the minor reached near Mudhra mountain, the bike riders stopped seeing her. Identified before the minor. After this, she was given a lift on the bike to take him to Jatra Mela. As soon as the minor sat on the bike, the accused took her towards the mountain. When the minor protested, the accused threatened to kill her. After this, they both raped her in turn.

(EW Correspondent)



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