Rajasthan: The private part was pierced with a sharp object, the victim of Alwar gang rape is in a very serious condition


In Alwar, Rajasthan, a hearing-impaired girl, a victim of gang-rape, was rescued by a team of doctors along with Jaipur by operating for eight hours. But the way the 16-year-old minor was raped, during the operation, the doctors also shivered after seeing that cruelty. Not only was he gang-raped, but his private parts were also injured after being stabbed with a sharp object. A sharp object was inserted in the private part, due to which its private part and the anus became one.

The criminal absconded after two days

On Tuesday night, doctors tried hard to stop the bleeding in Alwar, but when the bleeding did not stop, the girl was brought to Jaipur in an injured condition. Here the doctors say that now he is out of danger. Here, even after two days, the culprits have not been caught. Police say that more than 300 CCTV footages have been scanned within a radius of 25 km, but till now no clue is being found as to how a deaf and mute girl was in the hands of the poor. The parents of this victim girl are laborers. Apart from the victim, he has a daughter and a son.

Victim is out of danger

The victim was last seen by people at 12 o’clock when she was walking on the road through the farm. After that she was found under the over bridge in a bleeding condition. FSL team from Jaipur is camped in Alwar. Assistant director Rajesh Singh told that after the rape, the girl was thrown down after stopping the car on the over bridge. Dr Arvind Shukla, superintendent of JK Lone Hospital, who is treating the girl, said that now she is out of danger, but the team of doctors is continuously monitoring.

6 lakh compensation to the victim

Rajasthan’s Women and Child Development Minister Mamta Bhupesh, who arrived to know the condition of the girl, assured that the culprits would be caught soon. At the same time, he announced a compensation of six lakh rupees for the victim, in which five lakh rupees have been given by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot while one lakh rupees have been given by the Ministry of Women’s Development. Social Justice Minister Tikaram Julie, coming from Alwar, also gave financial assistance of Rs.3.5 lakh to the family members in Alwar.