New Delhi, September 8
An 86-year-old girl was allegedly raped by a person in a secluded space in south west Delhi’s Chhawla space, police stated on Tuesday.
The accused Sonu (37), a plumber, is a resident of Rewla Khanpur. He has been arrested in reference to the incident, they stated.
The incident occurred on Monday night when the aged girl was on her technique to a close-by village. On the best way, she occurred to fulfill the accused who supplied her carry on his two-wheeler, a senior police officer stated.
On the pretext of dropping her safely at her vacation spot, he took her to an remoted area and raped her, he stated.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka) Santosh Kumar Meena stated: “A case under section 376 (rape) of IPC was registered at Chhawla Police Station and the accused was arrested”.
The medical examination of the sufferer was performed and her assertion has been recorded, he stated.
The girl is said to be steady now, police stated, including she was discharged from hospital on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) referred to as it an “extremely disturbing” case.
According to the lady, she was ready for her milkman at round 5 pm on Monday when the perpetrator got here and informed her that the milkman wouldn’t come that day and that he’ll take her to the place the place she might get milk, the DCW stated.
He took the lady to a farm as a substitute after which brutally raped her, it stated.
“The woman kept crying and pleading that she was of his grandmother’s age. The perpetrator assaulted her brutally when she tried to resist him and raped her,” the ladies rights panel stated.
Local villagers rushed to the spot after listening to the lady’s cries. They caught maintain of the perpetrator and referred to as the police, it stated.
The girl was bleeding and in excessive trauma. The locals referred to as her son and the police later took her for medical examination, the DCW stated.
Her medical examination report reveals a number of accidents and bruises on her physique, it stated.
DCW chief Swati Maliwal and panel member Vandana Singh met the survivor at her home in Chhawla on Tuesday.
“From a six-month-old woman to a 90-year-old girl, nobody is secure in Delhi. The form of trauma this girl needed to face clearly signifies that the perpetrators of those crimes usually are not people.
“I met the woman today, she is an extremely courageous woman. We will ensure she gets justice. This case needs to be fast tracked and justice should be served within six months,” Maliwal stated. PTI