Rape in Alwar: Nirbhaya-like cruelty in Rajasthan’s Alwar, badly injured private parts, admitted to ICU


New Delhi: A heart-wrenching incident has come to light in Alwar, Rajasthan. Here the disgusting face of Delhi’s ‘Nirbhaya’ case has come to the fore. Here a shocking incident of rape with a deaf and deaf 15-year-old minor girl has come to the fore. It is being told that after the rape, the accused threw the minor in a state of unconsciousness and fled. The victim has been admitted from Alwar to Sawai Mansingh Hospital in Jaipur in a critical condition. The victim admitted in ICU is battling between life and death.

Seeing the cruelty in this case, I remembered the Nirbhaya case of Delhi because the private parts of the girl have been badly damaged, which will now be surgery. There has been a lot of bleeding from the private part of the girl child. On reaching the spot, the police said that serious internal injury was found in the private parts of the victim girl who was immediately admitted to the ICU. At the same time, the condition of the victim remains critical due to excessive bleeding from the private part.

Alwar Superintendent of Police Tejaswini Gautam said that the girl has been identified, she was missing from her village since afternoon. The information about the disappearance from his uncle was given to the Malakheda police station. Some villagers say that at 4 pm, sitting in a tempo near village Dhawala on Jaipur Road, saw a girl leaving but after that the girl was not traced.

Superintendent of Police Tejashwani Gautamal says that at around 8:00 pm, the police got information from Shivaji Park police station that the girl was lying in an unclaimed condition on the Tijara culvert. Some people might have gone by throwing him here. He said that the condition of the girl was critical. After getting information about the matter, the police reached the spot and the girl was immediately admitted to the ICU of Government Hospital in Alwar. During interrogation of doctors, it was found that the girl is mentally challenged and is unable to speak.

first published:Jan. 12, 2022, 9:10 a.m.


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