Friday, April 13, 2018

Neighbour rapes 6-yr-old in Rohtas

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The Chairperson
National Human Rights Commission
New Delhi
Dear Sir,
I want to bring in your kind attention towards news published in The Telegraph on 12th April, 2018 regarding Neighbour rapes 6-yr-old in Rohtas
Therefore it is kind request  please take appropriate action at earliest.

Thanking You
Sincerely Yours
Shruti Nagvanshi
Managing Trustee
Shirin Shabana Khan
Program Director
Peoples' Vigilance Committee on Human Rights

Neighbour rapes 6-yr-old in Rohtas

Patna: A six-year-old girl is struggling for her life after being raped by a middle-aged man at a village in Rohtas, around 165km southwest of Patna, on Tuesday evening.
Police said the accused identified as Mohammad Meraz, 40, is the neighbour of the girl. He took the victim to an agriculture field when she was pla-ying outside her residence on Tuesday evening and raped her.
He then abandoned the girl lying in a pool of blood at the spot. The victim's father, a peasant, got wary when he spotted the accused escaping from the crime scene in a suspicious manner.
He tried to follow the suspect but he managed to give him the slip. Later, the father traced his daughter lying unconscious in a bush.
The victim had suffered severe injuries in her private parts and was bleeding profusely. She was immediately taken to Kargahar primary health centre from where she was referred to Sasaram sadar hospital for better treatment.
"The girl's private parts have severely been damaged and she had to endure at least half a dozen stitches. Her condition is stable," the station house officer of Kargahar police station, Dayanand Sharma, said quoting a doctor attending to the girl.
Agitated over the incident, local residents blocked the road and forced the shopkeepers to down their shops' shutters. They also blocked the Sasaram-Kargahar Road and disrupted traffic for over three hours. They were demanding hanging of the accused.
Sharma assured the protesters that the police would recommend the case to be listed for speedy trial. "We have informed our seniors about the demand of the residents, who had earlier held a demonstration in front of the office of the police officers," the SHO added.
He said the accused was arrested late Tuesday night with the help of the residents, who were agitated over the incident.
"We want the accused to be awarded death sentence by the court for committing the heinous crime," he said over the phone. The police have sent the blood-stained clothes of the victim to the state forensic science laboratory. The accused confessed to the crime.

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