50- yr-old Woman in Critical Condition After Gangrape in Jharkhand, Steel Glass Inserted in Private Parts
50- year-old widow was apparently gangraped by 3 youths in Jharkhand’s Chatra district and a steel glass was inserted inside her personal parts, cops stated on Friday. The occurrence happened in Kobna town in Hunterganj police headquarters area late on Thursday night, Superintendent of Authorities Rishabh Jha stated.
According To the FIR, the 3 youths, who are from neighbouring locations, barged into the widow’s house, who lived alone, and gangraped her, he stated. Two accused individuals have been arrested and a manhunt has been launched to nab the 3rd man, the officer said.
The survivor has been confessed to Hunterganj Community Health Centre and her condition is vital, the establishment’s medical officer-in-charge Dr Ved Prakash said.
Two days back, a comparable dreadful case of alleged gangrape and cruelty similar to the ‘Nirbhaya’ case of Delhi was reported from Badaun district of Uttar Pradesh where a middle-aged anganwadi employee was gang-raped and then killed.
The 50- year-old woman, who had gone to a temple, was discovered dead under mysterious situations on Sunday. Her member of the family accused the temple priest and his accomplices of raping and eliminating her.
A case was registered versus the implicated and 2 of them– Vedram and Jaspal– were jailed on Tuesday night.
The incident set off an opposition protest and a comparison with the 2012 Nirbhaya case in Delhi after the post-mortem report confirmed rape, a broken chest, a fractured leg and injuries in the victim’s private parts.
The incident took location on Sunday and the matter emerged that night itself when the priest and his accomplices took the victim’s body to her home, saying it was found in a dry well on the temple premises.
The FIR was registered on Tuesday after an autopsy validated rape and the 2 accomplices of the priest were snatched.
( With inputs from PTI)
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