Rajasthan: Six-Year-Old Girl Allegedly Raped, Strangled To Death With School Belt

2 Dec 2019 1:27 PM GMT
Editor : Sumanti Sen
Rajasthan: Six-Year-Old Girl Allegedly Raped, Strangled To Death With School Belt
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A six-year-old girl’s body was found in Rajasthan’s Tonk district on Sunday, December 1, allegedly raped and strangled with her own school belt, said police.

The girl had gone to school on Saturday, November 30, but she never returned. Her body was discovered near bushes in a remote area near her Khetadi village. Police said that liquor bottles, snacks and bloodstains were also found at the spot.

On Saturday, November 13, there was a sports competition at the school, following which she went missing. When she did not return home by 3 PM, her family began searching for her. For hours, they searched farms and homes of relatives. On the morning of December 1, her blood-stained body was found some distance away from her school.

After the police found the body, a huge crowd gathered at the spot and protested. Since the village lacked the facility, the girl’s body was taken elsewhere for post mortem. According to Superintendent of Police Adarsh Sidhu, evidence found during initial investigation points at rape and murder.

“We are investigating the case to trace the accused. We have formed special teams,” NDTV quoted Sidhu as saying.

The incident comes just days after the brutal rape and murder of a Hyderabad veterinarian, which has sent shock waves across the nation.


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