Minor girl assaulted in Nalanda, four held
A 14-year-old Maha dalit young lady was purportedly pack assaulted by four adolescents in Sarmera police headquarters zone in Nalanda area on Saturday night.
Sarmera SHO Uday Kumar said the survivor stopped a FIR on Sunday and all the four denounced were captured. Citing the FIR, the SHO said the survivor left home on Saturday evening after her mom reproved her over some issue. The young lady achieved Sarmera transport stand where she met her associate Vikas and acknowledged his offer to drop the minor on his bicycle at her close relative’s (mom’s sister) home, which was 2 km from the place. In transit, Vikas additionally got one Arvind and took her to a confined place close Ahiapur where their two more companions, Sahan Yadav of Sarmera Bazaar and Bablu Kumar of Ahiapur, went along with them and assaulted the young lady. They likewise made a video of the grievous wrongdoing, the SHO said citing the survivor. Vikas and Arvind additionally have a place with Sarmera.
Nalanda SP Sudhir Kumar Porika said the survivor was sent to Bihar sharif sadar healing facility for medicinal examination.
This was the third instance of such wrongdoing in Nalanda this month. On June 13, a young lady from Nawada locale was grabbed by two merchants from Rajgir’s Sone Bhandar zone and posse assaulted. She had gone to Malmas Mela at Rajgir with one of her relatives, who was frightened off by her tormentors. Local people had gotten one Devbarat Yadav of Gaya and gave him over to police. The SP said assaults were being directed to capture the second denounced, who had figured out how to escape in the wake of carrying out the wrongdoing.
On June 9, five people attacked a young lady after she was professedly discovered kissing his sweetheart at Bherati under the Hilsa police headquarters zone. Police captured two people, including Srikant pseudonym Billa who had endeavored to uncover the young lady. A police grumbling was stopped after a video of the young lady being attacked had circulated around the web via web-based networking media on June 11.