• January 20, 2022

Alwar girl found injured shifted to Jaipur for treatment, police yet to crack case

Jaipur, Jan 12 (PTI) A mentally-challenged minor girl who was found in a distressed state with injuries in private parts in Alwar on Tuesday was operated upon at a hospital in Jaipur on Wednesday.

Police said prima facie it seemed to be a case of rape.

The girl, about 14 years old, had been missing from her house for the last several hours before she was spotted lying on the road near Tijara Fatak at around 9 pm.

She was bleeding and was admitted to the district hospital from where she was referred to JK Lone hospital in Jaipur last night.

“The injury was deep and it took nearly two-and-half hours to operate,” Dr Arvind Shukla, superintendent of the JK Lone hospital-Jaipur, said.

Sukla said the girl was mentally-challenged and not able to speak properly.

He said it will become clear from the report of medical jurist whether the injury was caused by sexual assault or anything else.

Health minister Parsadi Lal Meena, Industry Minister Shakuntla Rawat, and Women and Child Welfare Minister Mamta Bhupesh met the girl at hospital and enquired about her health from doctors.

Meena later said the girl is out of danger and instructions have been given to hospital for proper treatment and care of her.

He said the entire treatment of the girl will be free and arrangements for stay and food for his family members have also been made.

Meanwhile, Alwar police was yet to get any leads in the incident.

Alwar SP Tejaswani Gautam said different teams have been formed to investigate the case.

“CCTV cameras in the area were examined and 3-4 suspects were interrogated but there is no clarity. The girl is mentally weak and unable to speak properly,” she said.

The girl’s family members noticed at around 4 pm on Tuesday that she was missing, another police officer said.

“They searched for the girl and when they were unable to find her, they approached a police check post. In the meantime, she was found near Tijara Fatak, nearly 25 kms from her house,” he said.

Former chief minister Vasundhara Raje attacked the state government over the incident.

She said the incident has not only embarrassed Rajasthan, but has also exposed the poor law and order situation under the Congress government.

“In the state, daughters are falling prey to the lust every day, but the government has become zero. Atrocities against daughters cannot be tolerated,” she tweeted.

Raje said Rajasthan has become “number one” in the country in crime against women and demanded strict measures from the state government. PTI SDA VN VN

source: PTI News

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